Managing behaviour in the learning environment

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Managing behaviour in the learning environment

Identify the Behavior Behavior: It helps teachers and administrators to avoid generalizing and enables them to zero in on the behavior they want to change.

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It also helps in describing the specific problem behavior to the student, colleague, and parents. Understand the Effects Effects: How the behavior affects teachers, classmates, and parents in the school learning environment and the home family situation.

Failure to correctly identify the effects of the specific misbehavior robs educators with the vision necessary to see the adjustments needed to get the student to change the behavior. Identify the Cause Action: Identifying causes of misbehavior, pinpointing student needs being revealed, and employing specific methods, procedures, and techniques for getting the student to modify or change his or her behavior.


In this step consideration is given to the primary cause of the misbehavior, primary and secondary needs being revealed, and specific suggestions for handling misbehavior. Common misjudgments and errors in managing the student which may perpetuate or intensify the problem.

Often our solution to misbehavior is to react to the behavior personally rather than approach the problem professionally. The purpose of this step is to help teachers avoid mistakes commonly made in dealing with certain types of behavior, because of how the behavior makes them feel.Respond effectively to child behavior problems at home.

Child Mind Institute teaches effective parenting skills and behavior management at home.

Managing behaviour in the learning environment

Guidance for school leaders and staff on developing a school behaviour policy, and a checklist of actions to take to encourage good behaviour. OUR MISSION. Schools are all about putting children first. At Northern Saints our aim is to secure the very best outcomes for children so that everyone can achieve their fullest potential.

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Challenging behaviour used to be described as ‘problem behaviour’, ‘difficult behaviour’ or ‘socially unacceptable behaviour’. Understanding children’s separation distress.

When a child gets angry, upset or worried and their behaviour is hard to manage, try to think about what may be going on for the child.

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