Why is classroom suspension effective only one fourth of a time?
"Everyone continue study. Lugman, you are suspended from class for one day. Please leave"
The teacher one self was tough and fair. Not only did one punish the real delinquents, one just exercised a fair form of discipline by punishing individually.
A lot of students who feel that learning a lesson is not a sign of weakness become more responsible for their actions.
1 of 4th of the student population are not psychologically able to stay tough in their hearts and learn from their mistakes as quickly as they should. One of them might be an able bodied person suffering from a mental illness, one might have a learning disability, one might be another social group known to suffer from a mental condition, somewhat mild.
The student, whether or not one has special needs, struggle through because they have the image of getting kicked out of class in their heads, they no longer feel like concentrating on their studies, then in the long run, he or she is stuck with the image from the day he she got kicked out of class. Then the influence of getting kicked out of class got him her filled with rage he she causes more problems in the classroom and that's suspension from school, and then suddenly all the images of getting punished does not work and something is wrong with the mental state.
It never boded well.