What can I do when I notice one of my students starts to get upset? I don’t want him to have a major meltdown.
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I teach a Life Skills class and was just told that I am getting a new student who reportedly is very difficult to teach. He has bitten and hit his teacher and destroyed his work area at his last school. I am nervous and want to know what activities would be best to have him complete his first day in my classroom.
How can I stop one of my students from pushing to get in front of the line and running into students every day when the bell rings? When we hold him for safety he kicks and yells.
What do I do when my student insists on doing or showing something immediately?
What can I do when my student wants to keep playing & cries because it is time to go home?
When someone gets hurt or is talking about a painful event, my son often laughs. He has had this inappropriate nervous laughter since he was young, but it has become an issue in the work environment. He is 22 years old. This has offended others. He explains that he is nervous and can’t control it, but would really like some help finding a workable solution. Is there anything I can share with him that may help?
I teach high school math to life skills students. I have one student who continually calls out phrases in a perseverative manner. She also intermittently claps her hands. The other students in the class get upset and yell for her to “cut it out”. She is a good and caring student. However, her behaviors interfere with the class and result in negative interactions with her peers. Additionally, she frequently asks for adult help or to have her work checked. All of these behaviors can be exhausting for the adults in the room by the end of the period. Any suggestions?
I have used a variety of Behavior stories and have had variable success. Do you have any ideas as to how to increase the likelihood of positive outcomes for the behaviors the stories are trying to increase or decrease?
My child has multiple diagnoses including ADHD, PDD NOS, and OCD. He has many self-calming behaviors and vocal tics in school. He may clear his throat and ‘zone out.’ He may keep his fingers crossed. These behaviors are concerning me. What can I do to decrease them?
One of the students in my Learning Support class requires prompting and reassurance for every problem on his math worksheet. I want him to complete tasks more independently but he is constantly asking me for help or if his answer is correct. I can’t work with other students who also need my help with all of these interruptions. Do you have any suggestions?