15 September 2015

Conflict in the classroom (How to resolve differences of opinion at school)

It's tough being a child. You're always being told what to do and what not to do. You have to deal with mountains of homework, disgruntled parents, disapproving teachers and competitive classmates. You feel like there is never enough time to do what you want. You have no freedom, no independence, no power and no rights. Everything you say, everything you do is judged and criticised. You are even told what to think.

It's no fun being a mediocre student in the class. However, if you thought being an achiever was easier, think again. Far from being popular, brighter students may have to face several...

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