Giving corporal punishment to unmanageable students is a big no-no for teachers, what are the other ways to tame such kind of students?
disobedient, unmanageable, uncontrollable, stubborn, disorderly, riotous.
The other ways to tame such kind of student’s behavior is to give a certain punishment that the student could learn and change his/her perception. The ways how I understand the unruly behavior this kind of a students are the product that his/her community are disobedient, uncontrollable to their emotion. As a teacher we could teach the students to stop what they are doing by showing the good deeds to open their mind into realities and maybe later on the students will realize and will stop what they are doing so bad.
3 Steps to Improve Your Child’s Behavior
A loving, stable relationship between parents and children is the basis for the child’s healthy social development.. The parent-child relationship is built on the words you say and the tone of your voice. It is strengthened by the laughter you share and the games you play together. It is forever bonded by the values and skills you pass on to your child every day.
Planning is the secret of good parenting. Watch your expectations so that you plan for good behavior rather than dread the bad. Most children’s behavior problems occur during times of transition and adjustment. Since childhood is by its nature a continual process of transition, and adjustment to rapid development, it’s easy to see that bad behavior is a natural reaction to challenges that the the child doesn’t yet have the skills to accomplish.
Planning involves knowing your child, her temperament and skills, and knowing the challenges of her environment. Use direct instruction, guidance, and practice opportunities to teach the skills she will need to cope with new challenges in the journey of childhood.
The key is to attend to your child’s attitude, moods, and behavior; and then, respond to both good and bad behavior quickly. Learn to recognize when bad behavior is being reinforced or good behavior is being extinguished, and adjust the consequences to turn it around. This requires that we be attentive to our child and make the right response.