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When one child is disrupting the class and are rude and disrespectful how can this be handled... The parent believes everything the child says and states that this child does not lie and is the perfect child

Dec 15, 2015 4:16am

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    • Dec 16, 2015 5:16am

      Michael hit the nail on the head. Involve the parent. Try different strategies and then document, document, document.

      • Dec 5, 2016 7:33pm

        This is a behavior that can be seen as a need for attention. Sometimes, students think that they can only get attention when they are misbehaving. Some ways that you can possibly stop this behavior is by giving the student more positive attention. By giving praise for small things, the student may try harder to behave better in class in order to continue receiving the positive attention. Another way to help stop bad behavior is by giving that student more responsibility within the class, have the student help around the classroom or assist you in some way when you are teaching. There are some students that misbehave because they get to restless, so if you let the student move around in a controlled situation, such as having the student to do something that is constructive to the classroom and not just wandering around.