THE SITUATION While you’re in the middle of teaching a lesson from the front of the room, one student stands up, looks across the room at another student and says loudly with anger, “Mr. X, you’d better tell her to stop eyeballing me or she’s gonna regret it’!” The other student keeps her eyes on you, smirks, and shakes her head in a “whatever” sort of way. Students around the room look at you with anticipation. 1. To the best of your knowledge (and without soliciting help from any resources), what do you think an effective manager should AVOID when faced with your dilemma. What are TWO plausible ways an ineffective teacher/manager might react? Why do you see these as ineffective? 2. To the best of your knowledge (and without soliciting help from any resources), what do you think an effective manager SHOULD do when faced with your situation and why.
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