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  • Bully Violence In Schools
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    The Bully Violence in schools is an ongoing problem. Students verbally and mentally abuse each other on a daily basis. Verbal abuse is the most precedent. These students are usually titled as bully's or having aggressive behavior. Girls have a tendency to indirectly bully, and boys have a tendency to physically bully other students. Bullying is a misbehavior that has to be resolved by looking at what is causing the behavior. It is not something that can be tolerated in schools, and classrooms. B...
  • Harsh Behavior And Disrespect From The Students
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    Mannerism of Students from the East and West A U. S student comes home from school and watches television. Later that student copies the behaviors he viewed and learned from television. The media in our society has a huge impact on the behaviors of children. These attitudes and manners of students towards teachers and elders are influenced greatly by television, as they initiate behaviors they have learned on television. In contrast most Asian, students sit quietly waiting for the teacher to com...
  • Child's Behavior
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    Would you be surprised to learn that in today's classroom children sometimes aren't learning due to behavioral issues? Teachers are attempting to teach classes in which students can be disruptive, disrespectful and defiant. Classrooms are often overcrowded which adds to the frustration of the situation. Teachers are often tempted to take the easy way out, using antiquated strategies that will usually not help the child to learn. In fact, some types of punishments can actually cause the child to ...
  • Effectiveness Of A Neighborhood Watch
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    The Neighborhood Watch: One of the most effective crime prevention tools being utilized today is the Neighborhood Watch. The Neighborhood Watch was designed to help strengthen the relationships between neighbors and in the process build community wide crime prevention. Law enforcement officials have for years relied on the community to assist in apprehending criminals after the crime has been committed. With a Neighborhood Watch, this assistance is proactive instead of reactive, meaning that the...
  • Learning And Behavior Outcomes Of Parallel Block
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    I. Title Page: Running head: OUTCOMES USING THREE SCHEDULING METHODS Which Schedule? Learning and Behavior Outcomes of At-Risk, Ninth Grade, Math and Science Students Using Three Scheduling Methods: Parallel Block Alternate-Day Block and TraditionalNameUniversity Name Name of Class / Title of Project / Name of Professor and his / her title Abstract Page: (State the Purpose of the Study) Abstract For many generations, high school students have had a schedule of six to eight periods a day with eac...
  • Function Of The Problem Behavior
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    Heather GeierQuiz 41. a. Behavioral Excess - behaviors that need to be reduced because they occur to frequently i. Ex screaming, self stimulatory behaviors, spitting, running around. Behavioral Deficits - behaviors that occur too infrequently or not at all. These behaviors are important or useful to the person i. Ex not paying attention to lessons, not participating in social situations, not finishing class / homework c. Behavioral Inappropriateness - behaviors that are not necessarily problems ...
  • Classroom Behavior Managing Classroom Behavior
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    Managing Classroom Behavior Managing classroom behavior can be a difficult task, especially if you have a child who is always causing disturbances. Once you have identified that there is a problem, you should ask yourself six simple questions. The first question asked is whether the problem is a result of inappropriate curriculum or teaching strategies. As teachers we have a tendency to overlook the fact that what and how we teach can contribute directly to our students behavioral problems. Seco...
  • Students With Disabilities With Behavior Problems
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    Are Children with Special Needs More Likely to Commit School Violence? 1. Denise (Smith) SkarbekDenise (Smith) Skarbek worked as a special education teacher for children with mild disabilities before becoming a professor in the department of special education at Indiana University at South Bend. Her interest in special education led her to research the relationship between children with special needs and school violence. In this selection, she explores whether children with certain emotional and...
  • Direct Social Skill Instructions To The Student
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    Asperger's Syndrome and Instructional Intervention Asperger's Syndrome (AS) is a pervasive developmental disability first identified in 1944 by Dr. Hans Asperger, an Austrian pediatrician. However, since his paper was written in German and published during World War II, his findings were not well known in the United States and in other non-German speaking countries. In 1981, Dr. Lorna Wing, a British researcher, brought AS to the attention of the English-speaking world. In addition to summarizin...
  • Needs Of Students With Problem Behavior
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    Schools are in great need of systems, processes, and personnel who are able to support the needs of students with problem behavior. Research indicates, however, that (while I am a big, fat cheater) information has not been made available to teachers and other professionals in a format that allows these strategies to become common practice. Many teachers choose isolated behavioral strategies that are not applied immediately after the problem behavior has occurred. As teachers, we are often expend...
  • Ethics Issues Applicable To Student Behavior
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    ... 's can be taught as one computer-related course or included in the curriculum of another course. There are different classroom procedures for exposing students to the abstract subject of computer users' ethical behave! or. The author prefers presenting scenarios for discussions. However, all faculty members do not 'dive into the waters of a new teaching model. ' Some prefer to stay with a teaching style that is comfortable and familiar. Therefore, what the author believes is the most desirab...
  • Students With Emotional And Behavioral Disorders
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    Historical Foundations: Servicing adolescents with EBD has changed significantly since the 1700's when exorcisms and corporal punishment were the normally prescribed solutions. There were, however, medical and psychiatric pioneers that began developing more philanthropic methods of assessing and educating those with socially non-acceptable behavioral and emotional characteristics. "Moral treatment", an approach influenced by Phillipe Pinel, emphasized treating those labeled as "deranged" and "re...

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