Short of switching her to a different school, does anyone have advice on helping a child with this issue? Changing to a different class within the school is not an option.
She is a "good," rule-following kid, and the teacher has told her, "When I'm yelling, I'm never yelling at you. When I say, 'everybody,' I don't mean you." But understandably, DD still hates the yelling.
The teacher has been at the school 13 years, and I don't think it's likely we're going to be able to change the way she manages the classroom.
Maybe we should have yelled more around the house when she was little, to build up her tolerance. Because her parents, grandparents, and preschool teachers weren't yellers, I don't think she's ever experienced anything like this before.
We would like to try to make this school work for DD before we give up on it. Ideas, advice?