During the explanation of a lesson, one of the boys in class kept asking questions to the point that the student teacher became exasperated. Some of the questions were redundant, others were "smart alecky." But, all in all, the questions had to do with the student not exactly understanding what to do, and why he was going to be doing it. Keep in mind that the student teacher was male, and so was the person asking the questions. When it became obvious to the student teacher that this student was monopolizing the time, he said "I want to see you afterschool." At which point the kid said "why?" and the student teacher said those famous words "Because I said so!"
If you were this student teacher, how would you have dealt with this "inquisitive" student?
Find out what happened in this situation and Ms Hasselman's advise.