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MANAGING CLASSROOM BEHAVIORREPORT 1Managing classroom behavior can be a difficult task especially if you have a child who is always causing disturbances Once you have identified that there is a problem you should ask yourself six simple questions The first question asked is whether the problem is a result of inappropriate curriculum or teaching strategies As teachers we have a tendency to overlook the fact that what and how we teach can contribute directly to our students behavioral problems Secondly ask yourself What do I demand and prohibit - and what should I Teachers find it easier to specify what they will not tolerate than to specify the behavior they demand The third question to ask is Why do certain behaviors bother me and what should I do about them As a teacher you have to decide if this is a difference in culture or upbringing and why it bothers you is it inappropriate is the behavior disturbing the other children There are many things to consider when a child is acting up As the teacher it is your responsibility to solve these disturbances if they are personal you may try ignoring them talking with them or even living with the problem The fourth question you need to ask your self is if this behavior is developmentally significant Although there are other types of developmentally significant behaviors most will fall into four primary categories academic failure aggression depression and problems with peers The fifth question to ask is Should I concentrate on a behavior excess or deficiency A behavioral excess is something you usually want the child to stop doing A behavior deficiency is a behavior a student should do but doesnt The last question to ask yourself is if a resolution is met will it solve anything else The more difficult the management problem the more important it is to address first things first Keep in mind to look for key behavior that if
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