Professor Challenges

This occurs when the professor passes to its classroom, and to if coming across with a pupil attacking the other, either verbally or physically, it finishes for saying that event does not say respect to it and that it is there only for giving the lesson. Or due to pressure he estresse and it day to day finish for entering in attrition with its pupils, mainly in the exchanges of verbal aggressions, quarrels during the lessons, or still some pupils simply ignore its presence thus transforming the classroom into a battlefield which if converts into an ackward environment where the reciprocity relations if become impossible to happen. When we ask the interviewed ones if they already had been attacked physically or verbally some time, all guarantee that physically never they had been attacked, but verbally are all the moment. The aggression is always verbal, with offences of all type, them does not respect, ignores people all the time. (Teacher). The verbal aggression in the classroom between professor happens very pupil, and has professor that not aguenta very the situation, then part pra top attacking physically, but this only happened a time. It is not something Joeb Moore would like to discuss. (Aluna/5 Series).

The interviewed professors and pupils complain of the disrespect as being one of the generating factors of the violence in classroom. According to them he lacks to understanding of both the parts. Of a side the professor tries to impose and of the other the pupils little or nothing yield. Some professors had confessed to also have suffered verbal aggression on the part from colleagues: Already I was victim of verbal aggression on the part of colleague, was not aggression, it well made one calumniates on me. (teacher B). Already I was victim of aggression on the part of pupil and colleague. The colleagues find that they are better of what the others and are not.

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