The other day, my daughter's teacher told me about a situation involving my daughter and a little boy in her class. Apparently this kid had been bullying her for a while and the teacher was always having to intervene. So on this occasion the teacher decided to watch and see how the situation would pan out. The teacher said my daughter finally got so fed up she grabbed the child by his shirt and slammed him to the ground. The bully was so shocked he didn't know what to do. The teacher then called my daughter over to her and gave her a high five for finally defending herself. So this child hasn't messed with her since. Let me mention here these kids are in kindergarten (both 5 years old). So to all the educators do you think my daughter's teacher handled the situation properly? Should she have encouraged my daughter by giving her a high five, or should she have gotten both sets of parents involved since the other child continuously displayed aggressive behavior?