Communicating social skills or conduct of a student who has been misbehavin

Communicating social skills or conduct of a student who has been misbehavin
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  • Lucca’s teachers have been tracking his behavior and as you can see in this observational chart he has had several incidents of pinching and hitting others. Here is also the incident report that we shared with you already in the email showing his latest behavior.
  • Hello, Mr. and Mrs. Morgan! Lucca has had a great start of the year academically. However, as you are already aware following my email communication about Lucca’s behavior, he has displayed some concerning behavior.
  • Could you help us understand Lucca’s behavior and what might be causing it? Have you noticed any similar behavior at home? Do you have any other strategies you use at home that may be helpful?
  • Sometimes, Lucca gets upset when things don't go the way he imagined.
  • Also, he is very competitive so he gets upset if someone is better than him.
  • Thank you for your input and suggestions. With this behavioral plan and weekly assessement rubric and support in school and at home, I'm sure that Lucca will have a successful year. 
  • We will monitor Lucca's behavior and ensure that we give him the necessary support at home.
  • Greet the parents, express your concerns and share data.
  • Ask parents for their input and suggestions.
  • Come up with a behavioral plan and rubric together with parents taking into account their ideas and input and end the meeting with something positive.
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