My brother gave me a good idea on the best punishment if a student's cell rings

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  1. Peachyness

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    One of my brother's univeristy teacher told her class, if your phone ever rings in class, then you have to bring in cookies for us.

    I'm SURE there are going to be teachers and/or districts that won't like this policy, but I for one really like this. :D
     
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    One of my students would set her phone to go off so that she could bring in cookies...
     
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    Dang, the plan has backfired.... too bad...:cool:
     
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    She might get tired of baking though....So, she might set it off a few times, but then I don't think she will want to keep bringing in treats.
     
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    For college, it's great!!

    But for KIDS who will have to ask mommy to spend money and drive to the store.... it wouldn't fly in my building.
     
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    Yeah... I know..... darn it!
     
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    I love the idea, but agree it is more appropriate and effective for college setting. I would be calling or texting all my friends in class so they had to make something good.
     

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