The new head teacher, for the self-study class to watch a movie with an all-in-one computer, and the whole class refuses to admit who played the movie, the key is that there is no monitoring. What should I do?
Why did the whole class refuse to admit it or tell you who released it? Because they think you are holding accountability, if the truth is revealed, the person who played the movie will be punished. “The key is that there is no monitoring.” Judging from this sentence, if there is any, you must call it out. Then not only your students think you will punish them, even I believe you will punish them. So, if I know who put it, I won’t tell you. The students don’t tell you because they think this classmate did something that makes everyone happy (of course, some people don’t like it, but it doesn’t hurt the general trend). If they “sell” him, they will be very immoral. Very embarrassing. I don’t tell you, because I told you there is a high probability that you don’t know how to deal with it. At most, the students will be reprimanded. You will only do things that naturally pit yourself against your students. And there are too many issues worthy of attention in this matter: Why do students think that self-study classes can watch movies (is it just to give you the new head teacher a good idea)? How to make students believe that you are educating them and discussing problems with them, rather than threatening or hurting them? How to make students think from the bottom of their hearts that this kind of quietly watching movies is wrong? What if the students want to watch a movie together next time? If you also decide to watch a movie with your students, what are the preparations and what are the back-ups? If my students watch movies behind their backs, I won’t ask “who put them on” the first time. Because no matter who put it, the whole class watched it together. This is something that needs to be undertaken by everyone. I will say: 1. Why do you watch movies in self-study class? Didn’t we stipulate that we must get the teacher’s permission to watch movies? 2. Of course, no matter what the reason you say, I can understand it, because when I was a student, I also liked watching movies in the classroom. But I hope that this kind of thing will not happen again in the future. Because the self-study class is arranged for the students to study, this is the respect and trust of the teacher to the students. If students always entertain with their teachers in this way, the trust and trust between us will be destroyed. 3. And watching a movie is not like everyone sees only with eyes, and then it’s over in a while. Movies are an art, and since we watched them in class, we have to gain something for us. So in the future we will still show movies in the classroom, but they are all for the purpose of teaching. 4. I hope that the classmates will write down their views on this matter in their workbooks and hand them in to me for a look, so that I can understand your thoughts. If the students who take the initiative to play the movie are willing to trust me, you can also tell me who you are in your homework. If you are worried that you will be punished so you do not write, I understand you. I only hope that if you re-release it in the future, you can seek my consent first. 5. But I still hope that our classmates and teachers will think together, while improving class regulations and management procedures, while building a class where teachers and students trust each other