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The teacher notices that the student is acting out in class in response to not understanding a problem being done on the board.
This is so frickin stupid! Who cares? We will never use it anyway!
Rather than respond to the misbehaviour, the teacher responds to the clear indication that the student does not understand the question nor the solution.
Jimmy, I get that you are frustrated by the level of difficulty of this problem. It is ok, I'll help you understand in a moment.
The response of the student then is to the acknowledgment of the emotion and not the behaviour. The focus shifts and the student feels heard and understood.
You're right, I don't get it and I don't see the point, but I think some help will be good.
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