Naughty student is disaster for every teacher in this world in the field of education. But I don't know exactly what to do for the best punishment for such a student. Any idea what to do ? Why not to help me?
It totally depends on what the student is doing wrong, doesn't it? The student needs to know what behavior they are doing that is not acceptable. I would establish some rules. Once the student knows the rules, if the behavior is repeated, warn the student if he/she does it again, there will be consequences, and let him/her know what those consequences are. I think this also works with any age groups. The punishment depends on the age group. Also, I think a positive way is to tell the student when they are doing well or doing what they are supposed to instead of always telling him/her what they are always doing wrong. It seems to me whenever I compliment a student, the behavior that is acceptable is repeated because they want to impress you. Then, the other students will follow through if they are getting compliments. I hope this helps.
Of course not, I am well trained to be patient and the way of my teaching reduce that thing happened. Some other time you'll see what I can do to treat a bad mannered students. Thank , I just test how many people care about it ?
I have had the barely suppressed urge to strangle a snotty 17 year old on more than one occasion. Killing someone certainly eliminates the possibility of future problems. I cannot say that I ever seriously considered it but that would lure me back to teaching.
I wish I could help, but what works here may not work where you are teaching.
If male students behaved in that way here, we would have a meeting of all students and make the boys listen to the girls complaints then set standards of behaviour for both boys and girls, then enforce it with suspension from classes and if necessary from the school for students who break the rules agreed to in the meeting.
While I certainly understand the occasional desire to kill naughty students--they can be so very, very frustrating--the most successful solution I have found is to invite them in for lunch. By this, I do not mean lunch detention. Simply sharing lunch with them--talking to them very honestly about their lives and what they are interested in--begins to build relationship with them. It has never completely solved the problem, but when it comes up again, they are much more likely to be reasonable when I call them on poor behavior. They just need to know that you're invested in them for the long haul, not just interested in keeping them quiet because they're in your way.
I make them sit next to my desk and don't let them blink. I have them show the rest of the class how to do an exercise (a way to allow them to get the attention they constantly crave) and I warn them that it's for a grade (that way they don't goof off). When it gets really bad, they must write the rules, which I keep over the years, returning it on the last day of school before they graduate... some of these misbehaved kids get fifty or sixty pages of rules written by them before they leave Elementary school to enter Sixth grade.
The problem is that "naughty" is such a relative term. What if it is naughty to speak against the government. If it is naughty to speak against the equivalent of Hitler's Government, than "killing" these "naughty kids" can only cause harm. Who are we to force our beliefs upon children. What if it is naughty for a child to argue against a religion which worships a giant omnipotent Napkin? Killing this child is destroying the one opposition to an unreasonable belief. ASTF.TK
I'm a grandfather, so I don't consider as many things naughty as a lot of parents do. Kids need a lot of freedom to grow into who they are, and if allowed to be narcissistic till age 6 or 7 they seem to turn out to be just the opposite as adults in my experience, many bad kids in their teens usually were too controlled when younger in my opinion. With these kids, trust and inner self worth need to be carefully nurtured sometimes for years.
I agree. My father was one of those control types and I hated it. A few years back, I finally convinced him to loosen his grip and I'm much better at everything now. My depression disappeared and I am well on my way to fulfil my aspirations of being a cancer/aging researcher at George Mason University.