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Posted on October 14, 2019 3:20 am
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Carla Crumb
Carla Crumb
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Wanderer
I have a high functioning ESE who loves to wander around the classroom he knows where he is suppose to be but chooses to do what he wants. When we line up always first in line and opens the door without being told causing other students to leave the room, he just basically does what he wants I redirect but it is the same thing everyday all day what should i do about this behavior?
 
     
     
 
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Solution 1
Posted October 14, 2019 4:20 pm

uqaTaq
uqaTaq
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I would try to assign this child a classroom "job" that gives them a purpose. For example, a door holder or caboose. If they do not respond well to this, I would try to provide an incentive for staying in their seat during class, while still working to provide opportunities for the student to move around.
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nuXuma
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This seems like the best solution, giving the student a job or an incentive to sa=tay in their seat.
  Posted on: October 19, 2019 9:03 pm

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Solution 2
Posted Yesterday 8:24 pm

Nicole Morris
Nicole Morris
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If I were in this situation and recognize that the student's misbehavior can be anticipated, I would review with the student the classroom rules and procedures prior to the class ending, and prior to the occurrence happening. I would also remind him of the consequences of his misbehavior, continue to monitor behavior, and follow through with enforcing the consequences that I had previously established.
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