A Gravette high school teacher was suspended without pay after students in a computer-processing class were shown online pictures of the recent beheading of American Nicholas Berg in Iraq. Gravette School District Superintendent Lee Ortman said he learned from the mother of one of the students that the teacher was present while students viewed the videotape on a classroom computer Friday. Ortman suspended the teacher without pay for five days and the school board approved the action last night. Ortman declined to disclose the teachers name and would not confirm or deny a newspaper report today identifying the teacher. The name was disclosed by the mother who complained to school officials. The superintendent said the teacher showed poor judgment and the videotape has no place in any public classroom. He apologized to the parents of students who saw the pictures.