Aggravated....Need to vent

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  1. vbubbles1874

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    I work in a small preschool and we have about 20 teachers. I teach prek and have a co/asst. teacher. Well I find out today the she is mad at me because I was mean to her first. I have absolutely :dunno: NO IDEA what I did to upset her. We have not had any disagreements before. I don't know if I should just let it go and wait for her to get over it, confront her or try and get her moved to another room? I just don't have the time or energy for drama in the classroom. We have 27 kids and I am afraid that they are going to pick up on the tention. What to do??? :dizzy:
     
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  3. blessedhands

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    Personally, I can't deal with tension and all that extra stress. I would confront her nicely and kindly to talk it out.
     
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    Ive been in the situation. I actually ended up speaking with the director because it was another teacher from another room who constantly got po'd at the fact I had to be in her room and she didnt trust me.. she was a work of art.
     
  5. teacherR

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    I can't stand that kind of tension and would find a nice way to confront it. I don't think that things just go away, they fester. Usually once things are out in the open they can be resolved and you find that your working relationship is stronger.
     
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    You said that you just found out today that she's mad at you. I'm wondering how you found out. Did she tell you or is she complaining about you behind your back? I agree with the others that you need to clear up the tension as soon as possible. Ask her to meet with you after school then talk about what's bothering her. Hopefully you'll be able to clear the air and work it out. If not, maybe having her moved to another room would be best.
    Good luck and let us know what happens.
     
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    What about planning a meeting with you, her and the director and talking it out. The director can be a mediator to the situation, provide some solutions to the problem and then the director knows what is going on in the center.
     

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