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If handled poorly, these confrontations can lead to power struggles -- and more disruptions.Fortunately, many educators have developed strategies for dealing with confrontational students. Robert Feller from the University of Washington believes these hooks prevent potential disruptions and stimulate students’ minds so they focus on the upcoming lesson.“The teacher who asks challenging questions stimulates student interest.Empower your students by encouraging them to participate in activities of the whole group or in smaller groups.” Problems at home or a difficult home life are often a reason for disruptive children.
“Knowing a child is dealing with family issues or poverty can lead a teacher to make allowances or adaptations to help a struggling child succeed.
This demonstrates to students that fights can be stopped before they get out of hand. If [the behavior] continues, request to meet [the student] privately outside of the class,” she says.
“[Ask the student] to make the right choices and ask why they are having trouble doing the right thing.” Never engage a student in front of classmates.
“I have certain students who love to instigate and distract each other, so I made distraction tickets.
I give students a ticket when they ignore the negative behavior of another and do not let that student distract them. Kids run rampant on emotions and if handled correctly, you can usually keep it under control.” Fighting for the last word in an argument only prolongs the argument.