Classroom Tips. Behavior Management. Your experience:. Problem experienced before Your challenge and solution Your experience working with your teachers. Effective Behavior-Management Techniques.
Many behavior problems can be prevented or corrected using effective behavior-management strategies.
An organized environment can replace their feelings of insecurity, mistrust and discomfort, with predictability and stability.
Monitoring student Behavior
How was your classroom set up?
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
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.
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.