11 Year Old Girl’s Response To Teacher’s Punishment Is Going Viral

It’s important that teachers show children that even adults have room for improvement. So, they often ask their students for feedback on what they like about their teacher’s teaching methods and what they could do to be better. Because some of the students presented with this are rather young, you would think that the answers would be pretty generic but that isn’t always the case! Below we have a dad who shared his daughter’s feedback form on Twitter. It’s safe to say that Mason’s little girl isn’t afraid to speak her mind. Take a look below to see the 11 year old’s feedback on teacher punishment!

Mason wasn’t quite sure how to react to what he had read. So, he took to Twitter! 

In case you can’t make out the writing, the text says ‘not use collective punishment as it is not fair on the many people who did nothing and under the 1949 Genva (Geneva) Conventions it is a war crime’. This girl knows her facts! 

Dad wanted to make sure people didn’t take the feedback the wrong way, so, he added a little follow up. 

However, he need not worry as the reactions were hugely in favor of the daughter! 

Some people were so behind her, they rallied to encourage her dad to supply the little girl with ice cream. 

This probably wouldn’t be the healthiest thing in the world but it sounds wonderful! 

This person saw potential in the little girl to become a prosecutor! We don’t disagree! 

Every kid’s dream…

For most people, there was no doubt in their minds how the dad should react. 

We like this one a lot! 

What a beautiful smile she has. Those ice creams look delicious! So, in conclusion, be smart and you might just be rewarded with ice cream.

Collective punishment can cause all sorts of terrible issues. As a result, children will end up resenting the student that got them into trouble which could even lead to bullying. Plus, it also implies that even if you are well behaved it doesn’t matter as you could be punished anyway, so, students will start to question why they should bother being good at all. Consequently, both students and teachers end up suffering. However, this is just our opinion and we’re open to hearing yours! So, let us know your thoughts in the comment section below!