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impulsive

tanga tanga

Last Update: 2014-09-19
Subject: General
Usage Frequency: 1
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Reference: Anonymous

impulsive

bobo

Last Update: 2014-09-19
Subject: General
Usage Frequency: 1
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Reference: Anonymous

I just brought fury and impulse

nagkataon

Last Update: 2014-10-10
Subject: General
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Students Bullying Teachers: Cyber Bullying and bullying teachers We hear about cyber-bullying often in the news. Students are getting online and bullying other students over the internet. They are using social networking sites, YouTube, instant messaging and texting to harass, embarrass and in general, bully other students. There have been instances that have been so hurtful that students have contemplated, and even committed suicide. Unfortunately, teachers are on the receiving end of cyber-bullying sometimes, especially when it comes to a disgruntled student. There are so many cases of high school students walking out of class, going to the school library, or home, and immediately creating fake accounts simply in order to humiliate the teacher. If this is not the case, they will write derogatory comments and insults on their own pages, and invite fellow students to chime in with their own negative comments and insults. Kids just want to fit in with their peers, and this is a reason why so many kids are feeding on the fury of cyber-bullying. In many cases, this all occurs because a student was not satisfied with what they deem to be an unfair grade on a test or assignment. The reason this is done via the internet is because this seems like a place where the student can say what they want to say about their teacher, and they won’t have to face the same consequences that they would if they had said it to the teacher in person. Sometimes the students just assume that it is anonymous, or that the teacher will not find out about it. Other times, the teacher is meant to see it and be intentionally hurt by it. In any event, teachers are encouraged to always print or keep evidence of online bullying. Children are impulsive and social networking sites are a perfect place to display this impulsiveness and say whatever comes to mind. They then claim to have “free speech” at the expense of someone’s life, in this case, the personal and professional life of their teacher. Sadly, sometimes parents are in on this cyber-bullying while this is quickly becoming an epidemic that is causing much of the decline in our schools across the nation.

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Last Update: 2014-10-09
Subject: General
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Reference: Anonymous

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