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  Case: student being disruptive
In a kinder garden class I subbed for, there was a student that was always acting out: whining, yelling out, sitting on top of the desk and more. It was very disruptive to the class as the students were pointing it out to me on top of him actively doing these things where I could see and hear him. Do you think the best solution is to ignore the behavior even though it is disruptive? or should I fully address him and how?
Solution: (Rates are posted for this solution!)
Definitely address the behavior. Make sure the student is aware of the consequences if the behavior doesn't stop. I would move the student's seat to sit closer to the teacher's desk. The student will less likely to act this way if they know that you are watching them at all times. If the behavior does not subside, write a note in the student's agenda home to the parents, write a note to the teacher, and make sure the student knows that you wrote the note and that there will be consequences for his behavior.
 
     
     
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The suggested solution is respectful of the individual (student) Yes
The suggested solution is relevant to the case Yes
The suggested solution is reasonable (easy) for the teacher to implement Yes
The suggested solution is likely to solve the problem/issue Yes
The suggested solution is original Yes
Comments: Moving the student away from the class and their friends shows them that they are already getting consequences and it will only continue with their bad behavior. It also embarrasses them to the class and shows the other students what will happen if they act up.
Rated On: March 8, 2021 1:10 am
Rated By: yDyVuB
 
     
     
  Rating
The suggested solution is respectful of the individual (student) Yes
The suggested solution is relevant to the case Yes
The suggested solution is reasonable (easy) for the teacher to implement Yes
The suggested solution is likely to solve the problem/issue Yes
The suggested solution is original Yes
Comments: I think that moving the child closer to the teacher would also be beneficial as it can reduce the behaviors as well as allow the teacher to easily redirect the child.
Rated On: September 29, 2021 6:23 pm
Rated By: vuzuDe
 
     
     
  Rating
The suggested solution is respectful of the individual (student) Yes
The suggested solution is relevant to the case Yes
The suggested solution is reasonable (easy) for the teacher to implement Yes
The suggested solution is likely to solve the problem/issue Yes
The suggested solution is original Yes
Comments: If I were in this situation, I would do this solution.
Rated On: September 29, 2021 9:24 pm
Rated By: Janson Gunn
 
     
     
  Rating
The suggested solution is respectful of the individual (student) Yes
The suggested solution is relevant to the case Yes
The suggested solution is reasonable (easy) for the teacher to implement Yes
The suggested solution is likely to solve the problem/issue Yes
The suggested solution is original Yes
Comments: I agree with this solution! The behaviors that are disruptive should be addressed immediately. If there are some behaviors that are non-disruptive but attention seeking then I would maybe consider 'ignoring' them while keeping an eye on them.
Rated On: October 4, 2021 3:32 am
Rated By: ajeHus