Student Behaviours indicating System Problems

** If we see the following behaviors in our students, we will understand that it is time to reevaluate the SYSTEM in our classroom, because it is not meeting the needs of our students.

  • Wholesale classroom rebellion
  • Acting out
  • Rude behaviors (rolling eyes, slamming papers down, stomping, whining)
  • Disruptions (talking out of turn, not paying attention to others when they’re talking, horseplay)
  • Angering toward students, teachers, administration, school
  • Shouting, cursing (in general, or AT someone else)
  • Physical violence
  • Resistance to participation in academics (not doing homework, not completing assignments, not preparing for tests)
  • apathy, withdrawal
  • skipping

Consider these questions: (on our own, with the team)

Regarding Classroom Management in a Quality School

    1. What behaviors can we choose that will help us create needs-fulfilling classrooms? And a needs-fulfilling school?

 

    1. What behaviors can we avoid to help us create needs-fulfilling classrooms? And a needs-fulfilling school?

 

    1. What behaviors can we expect to see from students whose needs are being fulfilled in our classrooms? And in our school?

 

    1. What behaviors can we expect to see from students whose needs are NOT being fulfilled in our classrooms? And in our school?

 

  1. What behaviors could we choose if we see these behaviors from our students?

*The Quality School; The Quality School Teacher; Every Student Can Succeed…


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