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How to Handle Students' Misbehaviour ?

How to Handle Students' Misbehaviour ?
Discipline problems in the classroom
cause of Discipline,
How to be a smart Teacher

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  • Students’ Misbehavior 03/01/11 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan
  • Key 03/01/11 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan
  • 03/01/11 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan
  • 03/01/11 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan
    • Minor in Nature
    • Seriousness in Nature
    Types of Misbehaviour 03/01/11 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan
    • S tudents' Masti
    • Student’s Masti
    Types of Misbehaviour 03/01/11 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan
  • Minor in nature 03/01/11 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan
  • Serious Misbehaviour 03/01/11 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan
  • ??????Emotional disorder or Behavioral disorder????????? 03/01/11 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan
  • Why ??????? 03/01/11 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan
  • Why ????? 03/01/11 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan
  • Marsh’s(1978) study reveals four types of teacher behaviour ------ provoked pupils to misbehave 03/01/11 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan
  • Apart from these– many more reasons can be counted 03/01/11 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan
  • “ Prevention is better than cure” Pre-empting misbehaviour 03/01/11 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan
  • “ Prevention is better than cure”
    • Action: Teachers’ activity to sustain students’ interest and promptness
    • Academic help to needy pupil
    • Moving one to another task, asking question
    • Exerting Discipline and Control
    • Moving nearer to pupil indulged in non-task related talking
    • Establishing eye contact
    • Reprimand
    03/01/11 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan
  • Establish clear rules and expectations in regard to classroom behaviour
    • Orderly and punctual entry into the classroom
    • No talking when teacher talks( when pupil answers question)
    • Work sensibly
    • No chewing gum or wearing unauthorized clothing
    • No unauthorized movement or making unacceptable noise
    • Put hand up for attention
    • Orderly exist and entry into the classroom
    03/01/11 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan
  • Techniques to minimize misbehaviour 03/01/11 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan
  • Equipped yourself with various strategies 03/01/11 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan
  • Reprimand 03/01/11 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan
  • Punishment 03/01/11 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan
  • Techniques to minimize misbehaviour 03/01/11 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan
  • Techniques to minimize misbehaviour 03/01/11 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan
  • Adoption of a set of actions to check discipline --- 03/01/11 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan
  • Lewis and Lovegrove(1984) from Australia analyzed secondary school pupils’ preferences in teachers’ classroom control procedures.
    • Pupils favored the following five qualities:
    • Calmness: Teachers remain calm when reprimanding pupils and do not shout
    • Rule clarity and reasonableness: Rules are made clear
    • Appropriate punishment: Fair Warning and correctly identify the misbehaving pupil
    • Acceptance of responsibility: Responsibility to maintain a sound atmosphere
    03/01/11 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan
  • Conclusion
    • Teaching is an art. Art needs caring, cutting, setting , polishing to become the beautiful objects of the world. Pupils are innocent, humble, brilliant, ignorant more over a child heart. They may commit hundreds of mistakes, mischievous actions but we are teacher , a potter who can make them a beautiful art to be loved by everyone, to be excelled in every walk of life.
    • “ Rajeev Ranjan”
    03/01/11 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan
  • 03/01/11 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan
  • Presented by
    • Rajeev Ranjan
    • English Language Teacher
    • B.ED(ENG)& PGDTE
    • English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad
    • Email. Id:- rajeevbhuvns@gmail.com
    03/01/11 "Teaching is an art." Rajeev Ranjan
  • References
    • http://www.clker.com/clipart-12206.html
    • Chris Kyriacou(2006) Effective Teaching in Schools, Theory and Practice , 2 nd Edition, CUP
    • Schloss, P. J., & Smith, M. A. (1994) . Applied Behaviour Analysis in the Classroom . Boston: Allyn & Bacon.
    • Alberto, P. A., & Troutman, A. C. (1995). Applied Behaviour Analysis for Teachers. (4th ed.). Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.
    • Charles, C. M. (1996). Building Classroom Discipline (5th ed.). New York: Longman. Cuenin, L. H., & Harris, K. R. (1986). Planning, implementing, and evaluating timeout interventions with exceptional students. TEACHING Exceptional Children, 18(4) , 272-276
    • George, D.(1992). The Challenge of the Able Child. London: David Fulton
    • Robertson, J.(1996). Effective Classroom Control(3 rd edition). London: Hodder and Stoughton
    • Varma , V (ed) (1993) Management of Behaviour in Schools. London : Longman
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