5 Tips to Deal with Poorly Behaved Kids in Your Class

5 Tips to Deal with Poorly Behaved Kids in Your Class

There are no badly behaved children, only poorly implemented behaviours. As a teacher, you should not think that the fault of the child’s misbehaviour is the same child, because that mentality will make it difficult to correct his or her attitude. You must know and understand the behaviours and the children for impactful correction.

1 – Only make the threats you can meet! 

Many times, as a teacher, you realise that the school you work for does not let you take the child out of the classroom, or send to the address and avoid by all possible means having to call the parents. That is why you avoid threats that you cannot fulfil for the reason that they will end up losing value.

2 – Ask them to write down what they have done wrong

When a student behaves very badly, and you want to make him/her think about what wrong the kid has done, and make sure the kid never does it again, ask to write a letter explaining that particular bad action and to bring the paper the kid has written, signed by kid’s mother or father.

3 – Give them homework  

There is nothing that a student dislikes more than homework or tedious tasks. If a student behaves badly, give more duties than the rest of his/her classmates and if a large part of the group or the whole group behaves badly, ask everyone to do more homework. You can also tell a pupil that if he/she misbehaves, the whole class will have to do more homework, so you will get the rest of your classmates to keep that kid under control as well.

4 – Send them to the ‘thinking chair’  

The thinking chair is a chair that is at the front of the class, close to the teacher, and back to the classmates. Do not keep a child in that chair for more than three minutes or let him/her be in the chair long enough to calm down.

Never humiliate a child, when that time has passed, approach the child and ask him/her in a sweet voice if the kid is calmer and feels better. Seek him/her to always see you as an ally and someone he/she respects, not as an enemy before whom he/she has to rebel.

5 – Write flat  

Asking a student to write a sentence flatly saying what he/she has done wrong is a classic resource, but it generates a lot of frustration in the student and may end up causing him/her to dislike the teacher. Thus, do not abuse such kind of punishments.

Author Bio

Evo Voper has been associated with the departments of human resources in numerous commercial and educational facilities. In his spare time, he enjoys giving online dissertation writing service to the students of law courses at various academic levels.

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