Misbehaving in class

Misbehaving in class
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Addressing the social skills or conduct of a student who has been misbehaving in class.

Storyboard Text

  • A student is misbehaving in class.
  • Talk to the student when incidents of misbehaving happen in class.
  • You know drinks and cell phones are not allowed in class!
  • You are being disruptive, put those away and sit down please.
  • HA HA games and soda are the best! WASAAAAAPP!
  • Encourage the student every time he contributes in a positive manner in the classroom.
  • If the student keeps misbehaving or presenting social-emotional issues write an SST form (Student service form) to alert the counselors.
  • Good job washing those, you can be so helpful!
  • Not again, time for an SST.
  • For students with misbehavior start a behavioral track for the student for 2-3 weeks / For students with social-emotional issues start a self-monitoring assignment sheet.
  • If the student persists with his/her behavior send an email to parents to schedule a meeting
  • Talk about the student’s positive contribution to the classroom. Ask the student to describe the problem he/she is facing in the classroom. 
  • If the meeting is about the social-emotional state of a student, depending on the severity of the case, a counselor could be present in the meeting.
  • I'm a counselor
  • he can be very helpful but not always, why?
  • Class is boring games and soda make it better.
  • Discuss your observations of the student in the class. Ask if parents have other concerns outside of class.
  • Present the data collected previous the meeting, behavioral tracker and/or self-monitoring assignment sheet.
  • ... and not only that, the data says it is happening more often now. How is he at home?
  • Pretty much the same. Does he have to stop?
  • Come up with a strategic plan for the student, involving both the parents and student.
  • Follow up with parents via email every 2 weeks or as needed until the behavior is corrected.
  • Can we do it?
  • Maybe
  • meh
  • YES!
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