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Classroom tips

Classroom Tips

Behavior Management

Your experience
Your experience:

  • Problem experienced before

  • Your challenge and solution

  • Your experience working with your teachers

Effective behavior management techniques
Effective Behavior-Management Techniques

Many behavior problems can be prevented or corrected using effective behavior-management strategies.

  • Prevention strategies

    • Stopping the behavior before it gets started (The Bell Curve – An Early Intervention)

  • Intervention techniques

    • Stopping the behavior after it gets started

  • Preventing problem behavior
    Preventing Problem Behavior

    • Creating a Structured Environment

      An organized environment can replace their feelings of insecurity, mistrust and discomfort, with predictability and stability.

      Predictable environment

      • Set rules and routines

      • Well-established schedules and arrangements

        Monitoring student Behavior

      • Checking children’s progress over time to adjust their interventions and improve their effectiveness.

      • Maintain writing records of specific events to assist in tracking behavior

        How was your classroom set up?

    Intervening in problem behavior teaching alternative behaviors
    Intervening in Problem Behavior-Teaching Alternative Behaviors

    When individual children continue to act out in spite of prevention measures, it becomes necessary to use interventions to try to reshape their behavior.

    Reason for Social Skills Training

    • Never been taught how to behave

    • Difficulty developing friendships, meeting adult expectations and dealing with social problems appropriately

    • Teaching children social skills helps them develop good relationships with other children and adults

    Social skills instruction
    Social Skills Instruction Behaviors


    Decide which social skills are needed to replace problem behaviors. Example: “Asking permission to leave your seat, raising your hand; waiting for an answer; asking questions if you do not understand, etc.”


    Show the student how to perform the skill, i.e. watching other children use appropriate social skills.

    Practice Behaviors

    Allow the students to practice using the skill through role-play situations


    Acceptable performance by letting students know how well they are performing the skills.

    Behavior issues
    Behavior Issues: Behaviors

    • A student threw a pencil to another student.

    • A student obsessed with the time, i.e. lunch, recess, etc.

    • A student pushes another student.

    • A student leaves the classroom.