Disruptive Behaviors in the Classroom
Spetember 28, 2013
Behavior is defined as a way a person acts or behaves, or anything that's involves actions or responses to stimulations. Disruptive behavior can be defined as aggressive behavior, defiant behavior, social disruption and emotional disturbance (Aiger, 2013). There can be several issues that can make a child have bad behavior or disruptive behaviors and as teachers we can try to calm the child down to try to see what the root of the problem is and possibly get them some help.
Disruptive behavior that can happen in class is the Children’s are talking excessively while the teacher is trying to teach the lesson. The problem that I see with the students talking why the teacher is teaching is that it becomes a distraction to everyone in the classroom. And all we can do as the instructors is to have the child removed from the class so that the lesson can go forth with the rest of the students. Talking can be one of the biggest disruption and distraction to all classes rather it's early elementary all the way up to college courses. As early elementary teachers we have to learn how to teach our students that it is important to talk when necessary and then it's also important to listen when it is necessary
Another behavior problem or disruption to the class is a child that has aggressive behavior. Aggressive behavior is defined as a reactionary and impulsive behavior that often results and breaking rules or laws aggressive behavior is violent and unpredictable (Answers, nd). Aggressive behaviors with children can be intentional or unintentional so I think as the teacher we need to be able to separate the two I figure out if the students acting out intentionally or unintentionally. The best way to deal with students with aggressive behavior is to be able to sit down and communicate to them and they understand what they are doing and the punishment for what they...