10 Disruptive Behaviors

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Monique Green
Grand Canyon University: EDU 536-TEM 101
10/3/13

Disruptive behavior cause a lot of problems in the classrooms, and if not managed well it can cause a class to get out of control. The teacher will not be able to teach the students and eventually the students will not learn anything because the teacher cannot teach.

Constantly arriving to class late is very rude and a form of disruptive behavior because when the door is being opened and shut along with loud noises, the student trying to take their seat as well as get out their materials, it causes the students to become distracted. The students look to see who is coming in the door and the noise from the door take s the attention of the instructor and turns it around on the person who just came in. A strategy to correct the behavior is, to make strict, clear but fair consequences for being late (Snyder).
Students who talk during class and or lecture, is not only disruptive but causes them not to learn because they are too busy talking and not paying attention which leads to their academic progress to suffer. It also wastes the teacher and other student’s time, and interrupts the learning of others. A strategy you can use is, especially if you have 20 or more students are, asking students to raise their hands. It allows a chance for every student’s voice to be heard without the interruption of another student and for it to be fair, students’ want to feel that their teacher is treating them equal whether they are outgoing or shy but as long as they are willing to participate(Linsin).
Cell phones are very disruptive because if they ring or vibrate really loud, then everyone watches and or looks for the person to see as they pick up the phone to silence it. Most of the time a teacher will confiscate the phone and give a small lecture on how the rules of no cell phones in class was broken, and how…...

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