Friday, January 18, 2019
Should Susan give up on Mrs. Taylor
Reply to Response 4 I dresst think that Susan should give up on Mrs. Taylor. She has to convince her that Carl take all the help he can get some otherwise his conduct disorder great power turn into something more destructive. He should be allowed to have the best his problem without the help of any prescription drugs. Mrs. Taylor and everybody in the faculty of the groom should therefore exercise maximum tolerance in dealing with Carl.Susans intervention platform would only work with the full cooperation of everybody else Mrs.Taylor, Carls parents, Susan herself, and the other faculty members of the school. Reply to Response 5 You are absolutely upright and I agree with you. Susan has definitely come up with the best plan given the available resources. I also believe that completely removing Carl from Mrs. Taylors class would do more harm than well. Carl is already feeling hazardous after the divorce of his parents and subjecting him to such a humiliating experience might r esult to more violent reaction from the boy. The IEP meeting with the parents was also a great help for Susan.It gave her a first hand knowledge of Carls predicament and could help her reach out to him. However, before Susan enlists the help of the shared psychologist, I think it would be better for her to arrange a one-on-one meeting with Carl after class first. If she could befriend Carl and gain his confidence by showing him that she is someone he could trust, Susan would be off to a good start. A psychologist, on the other hand, might have a ban reaction from Carl. Reply to Response 6 Youre probably right. I also think Carls mother wants to wash her hands of the perfect problem.She definitely showed that she did not care whether Carl is disciplined or not when she verbalized the words Do whatever you have to do. Give me the papers to sign, I have to get back to work. However, before I decide to modify Carl to another class, I think it would be better if Mrs. Taylor should first be convinced to do more for Carl. A little more effort is what Carl needs. A little more sympathy would be still better. locomote Carl to another class might prove embarrassing for him and elicit an even more violent reaction.