Challenging behaviors

Learn proven techniques to effectively manage challenging behaviors and create a positive environment. Discover strategies to promote cooperation and positive outcomes for all involved.
Oppositional Defiant Disorder Strategies, Defiance Disorder, Defiant Behavior, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Behaviour Strategies, Behavior Interventions, Teaching Social Skills, Classroom Behavior Management, Challenging Behaviors

Working with kids and young adults who are oppositional can be challenging. Being oppositional might mean refusing to do work, breaking rules, and engaging in other challenging behaviors. The truth is, many kids can be oppositional from time to time, so many of these strategies work with all learner

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Anandhi Krishnan
Strategies for managing disrespectful, rude, and other challenging behaviors in the classroom. This post is targeted to teachers and principals who need support with challenging behaviors in elementary, middle, and high school. #pathway2success #behaviormanagement Pre K, High School, Behavior Management Strategies, Behavior Interventions, Middle School Behavior Management, Counseling, Discipline In The Classroom, Behaviour Strategies, Social Emotional Learning

Let's talk about disrespectful behaviors in the classroom. The child who talks back. The student using their cell phone, even after being told to put it away. The kid who refuses to do their work, and even loudly tells you, "no!" when you try to politely give some encouragement. The student who joke

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Lara Fredrick
Words matter, especially when communicating with children! A "when-then" statement helps us nudge our children toward appropriate behaviors. These statements clearly explains what we expect from our kids, as well as the the positive outcome that will happen as a result of their behavior! Ideas, Good Behavior Chart, Positive Behavior Support, Child Behavior Problems, Conscious Parenting, Behavior Interventions, Challenging Behaviors, Home Behavior Charts, Positive Parenting

Words matter, especially when communicating with children! A "when-then" statement helps us nudge our children toward appropriate behaviors. These statements clearly explains what we expect from our kids, as well as the the positive outcome that will happen as a result of their behavior!

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Mande Postle
Pre K, Primary School Counselling, Behavior Plans, Behavior Interventions, Behavior Tracking, Classroom Behavior Management, Behaviour Strategies, Classroom Behavior, Elementary School Counseling

It’s true. I don’t use a clip chart as a behavior system. Are you still reading or did you click out already? I know. I’m such a rebel. So is Jen over at The Teacher’s Cauldron. She recently talked about her behavior system which is not a clip chart either. She inspired me to ... Read More about I Don’t Use a Clip Chart. Please Don’t Throw Rotten Tomatoes.

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Emily Rentschler