Mr. Jargon Handles a Problem Case

Lumsden, Robert
November 1956
Education Digest;Nov1956, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p32
This article discusses the author's experience as a teacher. As teacher of one problem student, he decided to confront the student about his failure to meet the school's standards. He told the student of his shortcomings. The student argued the reason for his failings. The teacher observed that his student has some emotional problems. His student further claimed that part of his problem is his adjustment as a transfer to the school. The author conceded that he faces big problems related to rehabilitation.


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