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Posted on October 3, 2021 9:19 pm
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etazeW
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This is a 4th grade student in an SBCP Self-Contained unit and has many "unexpected" behaviors that do not align with the classroom set of expectations. However, when he is calm and focused, he will likely point out other students who are being "unexpected" and try to correct them in an effort to help the teachers. How can this instance be tied in to helping him when he exhibits these same "unwanted" behaviors.
 
     
     
 
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Solution 1
Posted October 4, 2021 2:15 am

yqeMeL
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You could use a chart that the student keeps themselves to help them track their own behaviors. As they notice a classmate doing an "unexpected" behavior, they can check their chart to see if they have done that as well.
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geTuPa
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This great for developing self awareness and the ability to self correct.
  Posted on: October 28, 2021 7:27 am

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Solution 2
Posted October 10, 2021 5:49 pm

XyqyBy
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This student should use self monitoring strategies for his behaviors. When he notices he is doing an unwanted behavior, he will learn how to self correct.
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Solution 3
Posted October 31, 2021 8:50 pm

adeSah
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I would pull the student aside to ask him if he thinks the behavior he demonstrates is distracting. When doing so, don't say that he is the one doing them, just say "you are good at pointing out distracting behavior, would it be distracting if you do X?" and if he agrees to them, politely point out that he sometimes engages in the same behavior. If he has the desire to correct others, he likely will want to correct his own behavior as well.
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Solution 4
Posted October 31, 2021 11:59 pm

yjuGun
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I think that the student is well-meaning at heart, however, this can be an issue when dealing with students. What I was thinking is if you could have a sit down and communicate with the student and keep the classroom transparent, then that may be of service. The issue may be worthwhile in bringing up to the student's parents, as well.
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Solution 5
Posted November 1, 2021 1:12 am

JyGaGe
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Have the student Keep a log of the unexpected behaviors he does and work out ways to correct them and prevent them from happening again.
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