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Dealing with students

Zachary Reale

on 20 August 2014

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Transcript of Education

Educating the whole child...
EVERY CHILD! Respect The Hostility Cycle How can teachers show students respect? Student Teacher A
R Acknowledge that neither you
nor anyone else can make
the student do something
that they don't want to do. Be aware of your body language.
Pause, breathe, think, before reacting. Get help when you can't
handle a situation! Student - Impulsive acting out, refusal to cooperate, has a hostile world view. Teacher - Feels attacked or personally disrespected, accepts challenge. Student - Accepts challenge
from the "hostile Adult", increased rage. Teacher - Feels more threatened,
more fight or flight. Does our School
welcome all
students? How do you handle
students with anger? Anger is a natural
human feeling like joy,
sadness grief or pain. Feelings of anger result
from feeling frustrated. Let the student
know that you
understand the
reason for being
angry. What happens next is the students choice,
if he/she does not comply with your instructions, he/she will have to leave the room. Do not get angry back,
don't take it personal.
You are the adult/educator. Remember! What do
children need? "A youth is to be regarded with respect. How do you know that his future will not be equal to our present?"
- Confucius Let my parents
know when I did a good job. Listen without interrupting. Have a sense of humor. Use my name when you talk to me. Talk privately to me when
a problem occurs. Please respect my personal space. Greet me warmly when I walk into the room. Use calm tone of voice, even when I am upset.
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