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SA Ahad
Aug 03, 2022
In Elder Care Forum
1. Sources of violence against school staff In today's era, the awareness of protecting children has increased, and teachers can no longer use the methods of beating and scolding children in their early years. However, the problem encountered by Canadian teachers at present is that some parents frequently interfere with the teaching methods of teachers. Especially when the child is scolded by the teacher a few words and goes home to tell the parents, many parents who over-indulge their children forget to ask the teacher why the incident happened, so it is easy for the parents to mistake the teacher for being unfair to their children. He will ask the teacher for guilt. In such a process, “conflict between parents and teachers” will inevitably occur in theory. Therefore, in the process of conflict, sometimes popular database there will be pulling and pushing, and even more serious beatings. In addition to the violence of parents against teachers, what is even more chilling is the beating of teachers by students. Because the role of students requires respect for teachers and teachers, even a small number of teachers' words are sometimes called "teaching", but sometimes they are too hurtful and become "harm" to students. However, in such a situation, Students should also not hit the teacher. Because this is not only respect for teachers and Taoism, but also the part that should be paid attention to to avoid school violence. "Students are not afraid of teachers" is one of the problems with increasing sources of school violence in Canada. Students and teachers confrontation with words can be seen everywhere in school life. " In any given year, 95% of classroom and support staff (staff) have experienced some form of harassment from one or more sources, including demeaning, obscene gestures from students," CBC News reported. , ridicule, disparaging or offensive comments, and the spread of false allegations.”, “Workplace violence is on the rise among education sector workers. Workplace violence can be severe and lead to serious injuries, including concussions, fractures, dislocated joints, back and head injuries, infections and whipping". 2. Female educators experience more violence on campus than male educators There are more women than men in Canadian educators, and violence against school workers shows that women are not respected. Violence against Canadian educators seems to be discriminatory against women in a 21st century generation where women's consciousness is respected. The same CBC News report mentioned about the University of Ottawa researcher Brittany Mario stating: "Most educators are women, and violence is not just violence in the classroom, it's violence against women", "Most educators are women, and violence is not only violence in the classroom, but violence against women".
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