Teachers don’t have it easy. Between grading a bunch of tests and buying a bunch of staff for their classroom, they also need to deal with misbehaving students.
When it comes to students who don’t show any respect for the teachers, things can easily get out of control. In such situations, it is of crucial importance for the teacher to stay calm and try to deal with the matter with a cool head.
Recently, a video showing a student throwing a tantrum emerged online. The student, who was identified as Logan by someone who took their time to comment on the video, started throwing things around the classroom while the teacher and the rest of the students watched in disbelief. The incident took place at a school in the Hempfield School District.
At first, Logan could be seen throwing a chair and then punching a computer monitor to the ground in a fit of rage.
Then, at one point, he moves behind the teacher’s desk looking for more objects to destroy.
Moments later, as it is obvious that Logan won’t calm down, another student, Corby, grabs the violent student in a bear hug from the rear and lifts him up. He then takes him out of the classroom as some of the students laugh and others are still in shock.
We believe that the teacher stood still because if he acted in any manner, he could have done things even worse, or maybe he was afraid for his job and didn’t confront Logan.
“His name is Logan, won’t say his last name for privacy reasons. He goes to Hempfield School District. He was in 10th grade at the filming of this video, pretty sure it was in entrepreneurship class. He was in my gym class in 9th grade, he would constantly cuss out sugar ray, he has anger issues. The kid that stopped him is Corby. Same grade. And he wasn’t punished for this if anyone was wondering,” one person commented.
Others also took their time to comment and wrote things like: “I always wondered, what happens to people after they do stuff like that?”
“When the teacher takes your computer away,” and “When you have to wake up on Mondays.”
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Love and Peace!