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sharmain21
20-09-2012, 05:24 PM
I feel some teachers in SK USJ12 are pretty disrespectful towards school children.

For example, I happen to visit the school office one morning. The first school bell rang at 7.40am, terrified children looking like little lambs were rushing to queue at the assembly hall. I saw a teacher readily waiting for the kids whilst holding a loud hailer.....she yelled "SEMUA MURID-MURID CEPAT BERSURAI, KALAU TIDAK SAYA AKAN......"

I was shocked by her behaviour and tone. She could at least play a game, count to 10 and have everyone queue in a fashionably manner.

She sounded as if she hated her job or angry with something....
Is this the right way to treat children? This is certainly not a military school. No wonder kids hate going to school these days...it's no longer fun for them :(

Fabe18
20-09-2012, 07:58 PM
Isn't that good discipline???? No good?

jan tomaswaki
20-09-2012, 09:13 PM
maybe kids or teenagers are too pamper nowadays,scold a little bit also complain.That is why teachers nowadays don't care.too dangerous ,maybe kena hentam by gangster parents.

kwchang
20-09-2012, 11:25 PM
SMK USJ12 had been recently upgraded to Cluster School status. They got it from their excellent academic results and other achievements. This had been through the hard work of the school staff. They actually had a fiercer disciplinary teacher but she got promoted and was transferred out. The kids actually feared her although I didn't think she was so "fierce" when I had the chance to meet her. In the past they had even stricter controls on student discipline. If you asked the former students, they can tell you how the school headmistress frowned upon interactions between male and female students and discouraged them from spending too much time together. I believe all these had been relaxed today as both the headmistress and disciplinary teacher have been promoted and posted to other schools.

And by the way, despite all these, I see that all the kids enjoyed their time in SMK USJ12. Actually most of the complaints I heard in the past were from parents.

As for me, I am thankful that this school has almost no disciplinary problems. I have never heard about any bullying cases nor any incidence of gangsterism.

kwchang
20-09-2012, 11:25 PM
SMK USJ12 had been recently upgraded to Cluster School status. They got it from their excellent academic results and other achievements. This had been through the hard work of the school staff. They actually had a fiercer disciplinary teacher but she got promoted and was transferred out. The kids actually feared her although I didn't think she was so "fierce" when I had the chance to meet her. In the past they had even stricter controls on student discipline. If you asked the former students, they can tell you how the school headmistress frowned upon interactions between male and female students and discouraged them from spending too much time together. I believe all these had been relaxed today as both the headmistress and disciplinary teacher have been promoted and posted to other schools.

And by the way, despite all these, I see that all the kids enjoyed their time in SMK USJ12. Actually most of the complaints I heard in the past were from parents.

As for me, I am thankful that this school has almost no disciplinary problems. I have never heard about any bullying cases nor any incidence of gangsterism.

rospet
21-09-2012, 08:23 AM
maybe kids or teenagers are too pamper nowadays,scold a little bit also complain.That is why teachers nowadays don't care.too dangerous ,maybe kena hentam by gangster parents.

I agree with you. There are teachers being sued by parents when their kids kena scold/rotan. One very common statement from parents to teachers is " do you know when you scold/rotan my kid, you will hurt their feeling " ? When always their children is naughty and beat their schoolmate or classmate, the very first statement from those parents is " is it because they bully my son first then my son beat them ? " Meaning that this is not the fault of their son but is the one who being beaten. When a discipline teaches want the students to line up and etc, do you think this can be done with a very soft tone voice " my belove students, please line up " . Therefore, you can see the new generation today is worst than before, i would say this is " one crab worst then one crab "

sharmain21
21-09-2012, 10:14 AM
Uuum....BTW, my description was the primary school - Sekolah Kebangsaan USJ12.

However, I would agree with you that the secondary school SMK USJ 12 has a superb disciplinary system. On the other hand, did you know that this school (SMK USJ12) restricts opposite gender to mingle.

What do you think of this rule?

Jennylim
21-09-2012, 10:20 AM
sharmain21 your description tell very little about the event. Anyway, small children in big group need to be disciplined. Counting one to ten ? Sounds good for games.

xinrong
22-09-2012, 08:38 AM
I have two kids in the SK and SMK USJ12.. I think when we as parents hear the teachers over the loud hailers we feel they are very harsh. I've heard them in both schools and used to think, geez..they need some voice control lessons. But if teachers are looking after boisterous young kiddos running everywhere and knowing that if a kid falls the parents would be up in arms then perhaps if we are teachers we may end up the same way. I have been at the schools for their whatever activities and once, I witness two boys shoving each other then started fighting and rolling in the mud. One of the boys was sent to the other end of the line. Later his father turned up pand this boy, with eyes innocently round, told his father that he was just standing around when he was pushed. Couldn't believe my ears!!! the father stalked over to the other boy and started ranting. When the teacher came over, she got it too but good for her, she stood her ground. This was SK USJ12...

In SMK USJ12, we have about 2000 teenagers with raging hormones...lots can happen and I've seen some of those kids at nearby parks after school hours. The school cannot control what they do outside but within the school compound I think it is fair. They are not restricting the interactions, they are just restricting over-interactions, after all this is a school...This rule is not new, my school had this rule decades ago. It's just that some school implements them more strictly than others.