A Case Study of Disruptive Behavior in the Classroom

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A Case Study of Disruptive Behavior in The Classroom

Grand Canyon University-EDU536

Peggy Mosley

05/01/13

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Both parents worked long hours, Tammy's father is a pie and cookie chef at the locate bread

factory, he leaves for work at 5:00 a.m. and gets home by 3:00 in the evening. Her mother works

at the mall as
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The teacher realize that she and her coworkers have not been effectively teaching the

students. She sets out to learn how to effectively teach and provide an interesting, stimulating,

smoothly functioning, well-managed, and safe and secure learning environment for all students

at the middle school.

The curriculum and lesson plans can be too challenging for some student, the student(s) can

become disinterested, which can lead to disruptive behavior. There are a variety of learning

styles, also family and environments problems, mental and physical challenges can be cause of

disruptive behaviors in students, (Heward, 2009).

Disruptive behaviors interferes with students' personal, social, and educational development. A Case Study of Disruptive Behavior in The Classroom 4

These disruptive classroom behaviors leads to disciplinary consequences, which leads to the

development of acceptable classroom rules and procedures. The number one factor governing the

students ability to learn is how well the teacher manages the classroom. A well managed

classroom is task oriented and predictable, which includes effective teaching, which starts with

teaching students to follow classroom rules and procedures the first weeks of school, (Gibbs,

2011).

Each homeroom class at the middle school has developed classroom rules and procedures,

which Tammy helped her homeroom class to

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