However, handling and disciplining a special child have no difference in setting up rules and discipline. Considering their culture, and understanding student’s individuality, they are also individual who needs respect and more guidance to make their behaviour acceptable in society. Though they also learn in different ways and in different rate, still it is important to employ various strategies for helping a special child learn how to appropriately behave in the classroom. Such as positioning myself near my student, catching her eye, or gently touching her shoulder is my way of bringing her back to focus and I found out that those are effective strategy, a subtle reminder that I’m aware of her actions. Verbally reminding the student how to act appropriately or inviting him/her to make an appropriate choice is
Intervention: MHS reviewed the previous session. MHS discussed with client about her disrespectful behavior at school. The client’s teacher reported the client has not been doing her work and she has been being very disrespect to adults at school. MHS explained to the client that she will have to learn how to have respect adult at home and at school. MHS discussed listening and obeying and following the rules without any negative behaviors like talking back to teachers and school workers. MHS explained how people don't like to be around rude and disrespectful children and her behavior can be affecting her grades
If the teaching assistant has spoken to the same pupil(s) several times about the same behaviour, has even taken the step of taking away house points from the pupil, yet they still continue with the same behaviour; the pupil should at this stage be referred on to the class teacher.
Recently, I witnessed a pupil at my setting using inappropriate language during a music lesson, where the class teacher was not present. I took the pupil to one side and bent to their level. I informed the pupil that the language they had used was both inappropriate and unacceptable. I told the pupil that I would be informing the class teacher of the incident and that should it happen again, I would be sending them straight to the head teacher’s office. Another child had overheard the inappropriate language and copied it. I took the same action with the second child, and then separated them, moving one child to the other side of the classroom. After the music lesson, I informed the class teacher of both incidents, who thanked me for my input and said that the pupils would need to be closely monitored for the rest of the day.
Running head: ETHICS LEGALITY CLASSROOM Ethics and Legality in Classroom Management Jordan Hollern GCU EDU 536 03/04/2012 Ethics and Legality in Classroom Management A teacher must deal with disruptive classroom behavior throughout their career. To do so, they must not only develop their skills in handling these situations but also develop ethical standards for their classroom. These standards set forth by the teacher will help them deal with their students, those students’ parents, the school administrators and their community. There are numerous articles written that could help a teacher when researching any legal or ethical issues that may arise during their teaching career. This paper summarizes four
Case Study James is a second grade African-American student who attends school in an urban community he struggles with keeping his schoolwork and homework organized. His teacher reports he has problems listening to instructions in class and constantly interrupts classroom lessons. His parents and his teacher both reports he has behavior problems and has problems playing with children in his age group. His mother at first believed his behavior was typical for a boy, however she has expressed concerned with his behaviors because constantly fidgets and moves about. His mother is also concerned with his social skills because he has only two friends and she states when in public with her so, he lacks appropriate social skills, he runs about and climbs on objects such as handrails all the time. According to school records his teacher last year referred him several times to the school counselor for failure to remain in his seat and disturbing the learning environment, his 2nd grade teacher is reporting the problems. Due to his inability to stay focused and organized, James grades are fair but could be much better if he completed assignments on time and actively participated in all classroom activities. His teacher has referred James to the school counselor for help with his behavior and academics.
The school I observed at is Evans High School located at 4550 Cox Rd, Evans, GA 30809. This school has around 1,800 students in attendance ranging between grades nine through twelve. The teacher I observed is named Jean Lancaster, the chorus and guitar teacher, who has been teaching all grades at Evans High for the past twenty plus years. Lancaster is honestly losing her respect from her students because she is very strict on some students in the classroom, but others can get away with whatever they want without her even batting an eye. She enjoys her job and many believe she will be teaching her classes until she dies.
Disturbing the class Teacher stated individual was hollering at her and the students, throwing things, and hitting on others. No additional services requested or needed at this time. Therapist will work with individual on self-control and anger management techniques to assist individual with controlling his anger. Jacorvis- (8:30-9:30) IRS Therapist met with individual to discuss
2. Becky has difficulties getting the attention of her teachers and classmates. 3. Punishment. Mr. Matherson kept her in from recess, shaking his head, and scolding her. I believe there should be some type of punishment for students. If not students will fill like its okay to do anything they want to without getting into trouble over it.
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Dr. Lowery, Thank you for giving me the opportunity to explain what occurred in the ISS classroom. Unfortunately, I was not aware of these students had conflict with one another. I thought they were friends until today. I understand you may not be unaware of Jazmine current behavior patterns. However, supporting
Initial thoughts: Ms. Rollison needs to understand that students behave differently which will require a different way to approach their behavior. In most cases, when a student is acting out it is due to something stressful they are experiencing. A young student does not communicate their wants and needs well,
A student named Jamie refuses to do her work. She is constantly talking and interrupting the other students and makes no effort to participate in class. The teacher has to constantly reprimand the student and it is causing less learning due to the interruptions within the classroom. She seems somewhat clear of the rules and procedures in the classroom, but is not motivated to follow them.
Another strategy that could be used is for her teacher to make note of her behavior on her daily classroom report form that is sent home with her each day. This can be reviewed by Julianna’s parents and with Julianna at home, so that she knows that her parents know what is going on at school. Time out is another strategy that should be incorporated within the classroom setting. This will not only help to immediately address the inappropriate behavior, but it will also help Julianna to work on her listening skills and allow her time to think about what she
As a result, I am forced to spend more time refocusing students and dealing with inappropriate behavior which cuts down on the amount of instructional time in my classroom. While Tasha’s motivation for monopolizing my time is almost certainly not to deprive other students of having their questions answered or to keep me from maintaining order in the classroom, these are the inevitable consequences of her behavior if it continues. By allowing her to continue this pattern, I am also doing her no favors as she is not learning to be a self-directed learner or taking ownership of her own learning and work if I am constantly at her beck and call to confirm that she is doing just fine.