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by ADDitude Editors, 23 March 2007. photograph.

 

Kid(back) is picking the kid's(front) hair.

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A BLOG POST

Jessica Minahan. Student behavior “The Huffington Post.” N.p.  2 August 2013.

A teacher can tell a student to calm down when a student is answering rudely, refusing to work, and make insulting comments. But the problem is that students can’t calm down. To stop this from happening, teachers can teach the student to identify emotions, and teach the student self-calming strategies (reading a book).

             

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A NON.COM SOURCE

“National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities.” Behavior at School. N.P. Web. 11 May 23.

            The NICHCY (National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities) post positive methods for change in student behavior in school. Some are, Teachers need to Discipline their students, they need to play the good behavior game, and teachers need to have knowledge on the student when it comes to school.

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YOUTUBE

YouTube. “Manners in School 1958 McGrawHill Books, Centron Corporation.” 25 April 2013. Web.

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PODCAST

W Herman, Ruth, M.S., "The current 5 minute classroom Fixes Podcast is shown at right" 2007. Audio.

 

Teachers should teach students behavior classroom Fixes. first, arrive on time. Second, teaching students to be "mute" when the bell rings, start of class. Third, giving by, start of class, students should give each other a high five.

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GENERAL WEBSITE

 By Lisa Finn, eHow Contributor. Problems With High School Classroom Behavior. N.d. web. 25 July 2009.

            The student behavior can determine how will the student does academically. If a teachers gets interrupted by a student because of bad behavior, the whole class gets interrupted. This behavior can lead to teasing. If a student doesn’t know an answer, another student tease them by laughing, or make a joke about them.

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A JOURNAL ARTICLE

“School Attendance, the Impact of Behavior on Grades, and School Failure

Template.” U of Illinois College of Education, 11 May 2007. Web. 15 May 2008  

Students want to do will at school but when they don’t participate at school, students stay at home and this is a “red flag.” Student behavior leads to absenteeism. Absenteeism is a tendency to be away from school without a good reason.

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