Friday, January 28, 2011

How To Get The Best Education Possible: Tip #93

Sometimes children have behavioral problems at school. These problems are sometimes shocking to the parents, but remember most children behavior differently at school then they do at home. That brings us to tip #93.

Tip #93: If your child is having any behavioral problems at school address and correct them as soon as possible.

Most report cards have a section on your child's in-school behavior. Even if your child excels in school work, a negative mark or comment on behavior should be a serious concern. Ask your child what he/she thinks these marks mean. So many times parents cannot believe their child misbehavior's in school. It is a rare situation that a teacher would tell you something untrue about classroom behavior, so keep an open and calm attitude during this process. Here are some suggestions to try if your child is having such problems at school:

1. Ask the teacher what specific types of behavior is exhibited during school. When, where, and why is this behavior happening?
2. A lot of times just changing a child's seat can help if there is another child distracting your child.
3. Draw up a behavioral plan with the teacher. If this behavior happens first; if it continues then; the consequences the third time will be. Make sure you are specific in what you and the teacher expect, and explain things to your child in clear and simple terms.
4. If your child's poor behavior is constant, your may need to identity the root of the problem. Begin by ruling out physical causes, such as ADD. Problems hearing or vision, learning disorders, or issues with peers may all cause rebellious behavior.

2 comments:

Rani Bai February 6, 2011 at 12:36 AM  

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Rani Bai February 6, 2011 at 12:36 AM  

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