What is the best tactic when a disruptive child refuses to walk away from the situation? I had a pre-k student who was repeatedly talking during circle time. I warned him that he would go into the time out chair if he continued, and he continued, so I told him to go sit in the chair. He refused. I told him he could go to the chair or we would call mom (something we've done repeatedly) and he still refused. I went over and took his hand to lead him to the chair and he went limp. No way was I going to physically carry him...anyway...he eventually went NEAR the chair and sat on the ground next to it. My aide talked to him and he started crying, spitting and trying to make himself throw up. For the rest of the day, he was well behaved and just fine. I have no interest in going through this ordeal again. Any advice?