A Case Study: Behavior Management Approach

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Behavior Management Approach-A Case Study It is a challenge to provide appropriate, timely, support designed to help students improve their understanding of the topic in adverse learning environment. Teaching, learning and assessment strategies designed to reduce negativity, build confidence, and provide feedback that encouraged thinking and practicing of the subject is a remarkable process in the educational field. Academic problems such as inconsistent student academic preparation, inability to accommodate, and inability of student to retain what they have learned are inevitable in the behavior of students. These types of behaviors and symptoms are highly frequent and application of various solving techniques may decrease the frequency,…show more content…
There was intense competition between the student and her brother. She showed intense anger and disruptiveness and hence was given special goals and objectives for improving her skills and encouraging socials skills by the counselor. She was regular to school and rarely missed any day. It was a concern for me regarding this disruptive student since unacceptable behavior would make the learning difficult for the rest of the students in the classes. Every teacher involved with this student had the opportunity to make suggestions and recommendations, and give them in writing to the counselor. Students with low esteem became egocentric. Also aggression makes attacks that are a reaction to frustration. It was obviously signs of frustration for the student. Linda Albert has developed a classroom management philosophy called Cooperative Discipline to help teachers differentiate their response to student misbehavior, depending on the source of the problem. In her book, Albert outlines four causes of misbehavior: attention seeking, power seeking, revenge seeking, and avoidance of failure (Teachingasleadership). The student of my subject was undergoing revenge-seeking discipline issue, that had triggered due to issues at home and family. When addressing this misbehavior and tantrums the step I initiated…show more content…
Some include communicate respect for students and for yourself, consult with a colleague about sensitive issues or concerns involving your relationship with students.(Wright) Throughout the study, my classes were well managed and plan on to support my behavior management approach through the following strategies. To monitored student behavior throughout lessons; promptly deal with potential disruptive behavior; reinforce acceptable behavior; be very tolerant of student interaction and discussion; and, devote a great deal of time to task management. I also plan to continue to provide the corrective feedback regarding the academics and the unacceptable behavior to the whole class and also to individual student in the grade book notes column. I would emphasize and implement the assertion policy so there is evidence of behavior management control in the classroom
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