Presents updated research on 19 educational issues, plus 38 strategies and templates to help teachers implement RTI and user-friendly disciplinary approaches in K–12 diverse classrooms.
Chapter 7: Addressing Students Who Cause Class Disruptions
Addressing Students Who Cause Class Disruptions
Figure 7.0 Phases of a Power Struggle Explosion
Addressing Behavior Problems
Behavior problems constitute student behaviors that cause disruptions in the class. Such behaviors can be directed at other students or the teacher and may include talking when another student or the teacher is talking, name calling, fighting, arguing, throwing things, or getting up out of one's seat. Although any of these behaviors is enough to disrupt a classroom, most of them can be controlled by a proactive teacher.