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Managing Classroom Behavior

When you are a high school teacher the two significant types of classroom behavior that you come across is inappropriate behavior in the class as well as lousy study skills. Growing up also involves having some behavior issues for most children. It is not the same for everyone for some it’s more than for others. Behavior is one of the ways you can differentiate btw the special one and the regular ones. Lets discuss several ways you can control classroom behavior.

Create behavior expectations and spell them out to the students. Concerning their behavior tell the students what is required of them at the start of every school year. Create states that will keep the students in check from the first day they attend school. Go through the rules together with the students and make it a tradition in the classroom. Create signs that become warning signs if someone is in the wrong. Look closely to see if the laws are being developed.

Keep on checking if anyone has had any adverse reaction and offered them feedback. If one of the students has terrible action make sure you stop it at a first step and keep close contact to prevent and even understand. When a student behaves in a bad away warn them using a stern voice and gestures. When the practice is right it will be nice if you reward them.

Reinforcement such us social, exercise, physical, consumable and harmful strengthening should be applied in making sure that the rules are followed. Tokens can be used to reward good behavior instead of using tangible rewards. The symbols can be used later to backup reinforcement. If the students are more advanced in age you should use contingency contracts. These types of deals are a decision that both you and the student agree on, saying what reward they will get if they have good behavior. Shaping is a word used to explain a method used to teaching good behavior in tiny bits. Shaping can be used to introduce functional practice or enforce to the one living.

Use models to show the kind of behavior that you need from the student. When one of the students does something right use them as an example explaining that’s what you want from the rest. If you are working on a specific student make sure you students their age are around to listen and learn what are your expectations. This way you will be meeting on both sides. The student should be part of the behavior management program by being part of coming up with the goals, making sure they don’t make a mistake on their own and even by evaluating how they have done and how they should be rewarded. Parents should also be part of the behavior management program, so it is useful.