Should students apply for leave to go to the toilet? Superlative action | The Beijing News Review

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Should students apply for leave to go to the toilet? Superlative action | The Beijing News Review

Should students apply for leave to go to the toilet? Superlative action | The Beijing News Review

Even if this is the case It is true, but it has been overkill. It is neither human nor I am afraid it has no effect.

Should students apply for leave to go to the toilet? Superlative action | The Beijing News Review

▲ Student's class leave. Source: Yunnan Net

Text | Guo Yuanpeng

Students are required to fill in the leave request during the class, but also to find two teachers to sign, and a limited number of 100 a day? Recently, a class of special leave request in Linyi City, Yunnan Province triggered a heated discussion among netizens. In response, the relevant teachers of the school responded that this leave is mainly aimed at students with poor self-control ability, preventing them from going out of the toilet during class to smoke or performing some disciplinary activities that are unrelated to learning.

Indifferent students with poor self-control and hiding in the toilet smoke required school-wide students to “take leave on the toilet” and also limited amounts. Such a management system, even if it was initially good, was overkill, and it was not human. I'm afraid. It also has no effect.

Even students with poor self-control may have internal urgency. Do these students ask whether they agree or disagree with “too-floating?” If the requester approves it, the system will not be an extra one. If you look at the dish and you are not allowed to “go toilet” for individual students, is it too harsh?

Moreover, indiscriminately combining the normal toileting with “conspiracy theory” and skeptical of all students as “bear children”, the necessary trust between schools, teachers and students is broken. It is not conducive to the formation of a child's healthy mentality, but also brings more unwarranted barriers to management.

Besides, "please err on the toilet" has an adverse effect on students' physical health. Sometimes people get up in the stomach, the situation is urgent, and cumbersome approval will inevitably cause delays.

In the end, use the method of restricting the toiletThe prohibition of misconduct is obviously the wrong prescription. This is a management system that is not conducive to students' physical and mental development.

Guo Yuanpeng (Staff)

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