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50 Brain Facts Every Educator Should Know
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it's about a rather surprising and to me quite worrying difference in how we teach adults about coping with it.
Anyway, this person during their nursing training had quite extensive training about how to cope with patients getting 'frisky' during treatment. He, being gay, found the compulsory training quite a giggle personally, although he did realise that it has the potential to be a real issue for some of the other people he was training with. The teacher training covers the potential issues in about 10 minutes, and basically says "don't do it" but doesn't offer any strategies for coping with it.
hat 10 minutes saying "Don't do it" is certainly excellent advice, is it really sufficient?
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But for teachers in their 20's it strikes me as more of an issue, and something we might like to address. Any thoughts?