What are some good strategies for dealing with misbehaving children who are not my own?
The children in my son's kindergarten class
- do things to me or to my son which they should not do like throwing things, etc.,
- do not stop when I tell them, so they don't respect my authority as an adult.
One example for such a situation is described in this question: How should I react if another child "attacks" my son by doing something he does not like (but not especially dangerous)
There are some boys in 'smy son kindergarten class who are quite "wild" and seem to enjoy doing things they're not allowed to do. Often it's also difficult for the kindergarten teachers to stop them from misbehaving; it seems it's not enough to tell them to stop, but they have to be taken by the hand and lead away, etc. Even then they are not always obedient.
This is a general question, however in my current situation this is especially about pre-schoolers, and I think the possible answers might be different for different age groups.