Module 4 Unit 6 Activity 1
Techniques to de-escalate disruptive behaviors
Okay folks, take out your handwriting without tears. Please take out handwriting without tears.
the teacher is greeting students coming into the classroom the teacher is at Leo’s desk asking how he is doing today
Okay Ben, let me make sure that I understand you correctly. Max, thank you for being on task.
In this scenario Max a third grader refuses a task by beingout of his seat and becomes more disruptive when task request is repeated. Anaand Isaiah are sitting ready to go. ( Ideas from Marie, Slide by Wenxin) Technique # 1: Monitor the class frequently andintervene proactively to redirect off-task student
Tim, Kate and Jim. Please come to the front to pick up your assignment. (Differentiated assignments are delivered to students to help them learn better )
Give student positive teacher recognition that turns the strained relationship into positive ones. (Idea by Marie, Slide by Wenxin)
Tim, you seem really upset today. Can I know why you keep talking in the class time? What can I do to help you?
technique # 3: Avoid saying or doing things that are likely to anger or set off student. In this scenario, the teacher praises Max because he is the one who usually misbehaves in class. The teacher also listens actively to Ben and summarizes his concern. (Idea by Marie, Slide by Wenxin)
Technique#4: Create appropriate task and curriculum for students Differentiate the instruction and task for students Keep track of each student’s progress and academic level Give recognition to student’s work Deliver support promptly (Idea and slide by Wenxin )
Technique# 5 Provide positive behavioral intervention and support Talks to students to understand the reason why this behavior occurs Address the motivation behind this behavior Alter the learning environment to provide positive support Encourage for the desired behavior (Idea and Slide by Wenxin)
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