Recently a teacher yelled at another teacher in front of my 10 year old child and his entire class. This wasn't a minor "voice raise", this was screaming at her and "going off on her" in front of the 15 kids. This is a teacher who I have often thought looses his temper easily, but now I feel like a line was seriously crossed. Am I overreacting? So far nothing has happened except for him apologizing to the kids. I would love some other thoughts on this, thank you!
I think it depends on what he was yelling about in a way it could be good for kids to see that even adults get Angry and that you have to apologies. It also shows them that bad things do happen. they should also understand that they shouldn't just go around yelling. ( not that I'm saying anyone should) although I think it is inappropriate for a teacher someone your kids and I should look up to to be yelling at the top of his lungs at others. Another thing I find is that if it was for good reason the kids should also see that problems should be confronted. Instead of worrying over this I think you should use it to teach your child that there are other ways to confront that by explaining it then pointing out the faults the teacher made.
Hope that helped not very good at the whole grammer and stuff so disregard that