Managing Challenging Behavior

Managing Challenging Behavior

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  • De-escalation Strategy 1
  • Objective: Solve one step algebraic equations. y+4=7 -4 -4 y=3
  • Objective: Solve one step algebraic equations. y+4=7 -4 -4 y=3
  • Objective: Solve one step algebraic equations. y+4=7 -4 -4 y=3
  • Use proximity teaching to keep challenging behaviors at bay. By simply being near students you can head off undesired behavior. 
  • De-escalation strategy 2
  • The mitochondria is the powerhouse of the cell 
  • By simply moving toward the misbehaving students you give them the chance to correct the behavior without having to call them out for it and risk escalation.
  • Hey, I just wanted to take a minute to talk. Is there anything bothering you today?
  • In addition, this strategy doesn't require interruption to your teaching.
  • Can someone remind us what the job of the mitochondria is?
  • Go into the hallway to calmly discuss the behavior. Be aware of what your body language is saying. Keep your arms at your sides, with your weight on your back foot. Keep your tone calm.
  • Student is goofing around mimicking the teacher
  • Talking to the student away from their classmates in a safe space away from the actual incident site is a good idea also so the other students are not able to engage in the conversation and make the student fell worse, or become defensive because they feel they are being attacked.
  • Then get back to your lesson without embarrassing the student.
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