A student decided he wanted to bully his teacher in class, but quickly got schooled as the teacher decided to take this opportunity to teach the kid an important lesson in bullying.
With so many videos showing children disrupting classes going viral lately, it is good to see a video that showed how many of these disagreements with education professionals get started.
So many people do not understand the difficulties teachers face today when trying to teach unruly children. In the age of the cellphone every move a teacher makes is closely monitored, and the uploaded to video sharing or social media sites like YouTube and Facebook.
This video, however, surfaced on Tuesday night and allegedly showed a middle school student who decided to start a fight with his teacher. The student did not see what happened next coming.
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The YouTube description on the video did not provide a lot of background information, but BroBible — which first brought the video to viral attention — noted that, “You can clearly see the middle-schooler being the instigator, the one who refuses to leave the classroom after being repeatedly asked to go, and the middle school student’s the one who takes the first swings.”
The student refused to listen to the teacher, who smartly tried to keep his hands at his sides to avoid the confrontation escalating. However the student dares him to “touch me” and repeatedly moved closer into the teacher’s personal space.
After the teacher got fed up and pushed the student out of his personal space, the student attacked the teacher. They took the fight all the way across the classroom, knocking down computers and other valuables.
Finally the teacher was able to wrestle the unruly student to the ground. That was all she wrote, for the student knew he had really messed up.
It is not OK that children think they can just disrespect adults. We are glad this student had a teacher who was not willing to back down when this important lesson needed to be learned.
H/T The Daily Caller