Tips from teachers about dealing with students with behavorial problems. Getting

  1. LowellWriter profile image77
    LowellWriterposted 9 years ago

    Tips from teachers about dealing with students with behavorial problems. Getting your students to behave. Keeping the noise level down.

  2. infoperc profile image56
    infopercposted 8 years ago

    All right, here's the thing: I'm sorry I can't recall the source, but this is in no way my original thought I'm just recalling it well (tony robbins elaborated on this for sure):
    we humans (my bagle's the same by the way) inevitable end up being compelled towards any given action by one of two possible intentions: to move closer to some pleasure, or further from some pain. Research has shown that a stronger motivator from the two is the second: further from pain. (may be that's why an educator should find it a professional challenge to find something motivating about the matter, or better yet-- the way it's perceived) ... hope it helped

  3. catwoman89 profile image59
    catwoman89posted 8 years ago

    specifically what behavioral problem are you dealing with?

 
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