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What to do at Children who Behaving badly at School

Updated on September 26, 2014

1. Change Seating Arrangement.
See your current seating arrangement. Identify students who misbehave consistently. Put these distant students to each other and use quiet and behaved pupils to block them. Do not be afraid to change disruptive to the front of the classroom, where you can watch him clearly. Change things up a bit can help preventing bad behaviour and put the teacher in a position of control. Once students enter the classroom, let them in front and explain why these changes.

2. Contact the parents.
Some teachers avoid calling the parents, but the call of students in their home can increase the advantage. When a student is disruptive, call and explain the negative behaviour to their parents or guardians. In this case parents will also help voluntarily and establish consequences for that child at home. They can take the cellphone or limit time on the computer or television. For students, the power to punish by parents can be more severe than a consequence of a teacher. When you know you've reached their homes, many students restrict their behaviour because they do not want you to talk to their parents again.

3. Keep them busy.
Many interruptions occur because students have free time. Teachers need to teach from the beginning up to the end of class. Start with an early set of tasks to do at the beginning of the period. Students should arrive and begin the task immediately. Plan extra activities for each lesson so that there is no chance of them to interrupt. Keep then engaged with various activities in class, so that it will decrease the chances of performing negative behaviour.

4. Be consistent.
Establish clear rules and observe them correctly. If the class misbehaves consistently, it is possible to introduce new rules. Inform the students about the changes and what will happen if they are not followed your rules. For example, if we call attention to a student more than once in the classroom, he will receive a detention. When you establish a rule for getting control, you should follow it through. Do not give second chances. Students respond to teachers who are fair and firm and abuse of teachers who are seen as weak and inconsistent.

For Parents.

Lack of Parental attention

Most of the time, the reason why the kids are always involve in fight is because this kid only wants some attentions from their parents.

As a parents, you should analyze your relationship with your kids. See if you are paying attention or you give affection, love or listen when she talks to you.
Because some cases those children who tends to start troubles in school is those who feel unvalued and receive less love from their parents. So they trying to make scene or issues at school.

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