I have a student in my classes that I am certain is trying to set me up. This student is a major behavior problem and his behavior is outrageous. He is also pretty intelligent but is choosing to use his intelligence to create power plays against me in the class room. He has a bunch of friends in the same class with him that he thinks are on his side. But the reality these other children are only out for themselves as well. Of course, I do not engage in power plays in front of the class. This particular child seems intent on trying to set me up for some sort of lawsuit or legal action. I have never seen anything like this in all my years of teaching. He is a major behavior problem and is constantly causing problems for all the other students. He will continually push my buttons and then ask me questions about things that he knows the answer (mostly his rights under his five oh four plan) to for the sake of getting under my skin. He will try to fall on the floor and hurt himself on purpose and then yell about how the floor was dirty and he tripped. When I do an activity in class and go over the safety rules he will intentionally violate them right away and then scream about how I did not tell him the rules. He is very manipulative and I have had a sinking feeling about this for awhile. Obviously, I am very careful with this student. Is there anything else I can be doing to protect myself? I have seriously considered putting a video camera in the room for my own protection. But I don't think I am allowed to do that.