Forwarded from: LowVoltage <lowvoltageat_private> Jail Time! For doing what every sixth grader around the world wants to do - improve their marks? Praise the child for ingenuity and his social engineering skills. Scold the teacher for leaving her workstation unlocked and publically accessible. Sit the student down and explain to him from a moral perspective exactly why he shouldn't be changing his marks. Why did nobody tell him that he wasn't doing himself any good, and that he was depriving others of the fairness of the system? Sending a child like this to jail is NOT going to do any good to anyone. Obviously this 11 year old is still coming to an understanding of moral obligations. He saw the teacher uses the computer to change marks. He understands he can use the computer change his marks. Simple. Consequences were not considered. Of course they weren't. Children don't understand the choice -> action -> consequence cycle. LV. On Thu, 2003-02-13 at 11:28, InfoSec News wrote: > Forwarded from: William Knowles <wkat_private> > > http://www.gopbi.com/partners/pbpost/epaper/editions/wednesday/martin_stlucie_e394fc8032005260000b.html > > By Nirvi Shah > Palm Beach Post Staff Writer > Wednesday, February 12, 2003 > > PORT ST. LUCIE -- While other students ate turkey tetrazzini in the > cafeteria, a St. Lucie West Middle sixth-grader used the excuse of > forgetting his lunch to return to his reading classroom and sat down > at his teacher's computer to change five reading assignment grades, > St. Lucie County sheriff's deputies said Tuesday. - ISN is currently hosted by Attrition.org To unsubscribe email majordomoat_private with 'unsubscribe isn' in the BODY of the mail.
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