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Challenging Children

Discussion in 'Behaviour' started by Dunteachin, Mar 9, 2012.

  1. Dunteachin

    Dunteachin Star commenter

    I'm not being rude, merely enquiring, but is English your first language?.....
  2. Hoping2012

    Hoping2012 New commenter

    what's it to you? i have asked the q's and if you can't offer a suggestion to the question that has been asled then don't reply with your remarks
  3. Dunteachin

    Dunteachin Star commenter

    Because it might have something to do with their behaviour. Perhaps they have difficulty in understanding you.
    Just a thought.....
  4. Hoping2012

    Hoping2012 New commenter

    I don't think so,
  5. Have you suggested that any of these children are seen by an educational psychologist? I feel that children don't continuously disrupt the class or remove themselves for no reason, they may be struggling with sensory overload which in turn effects concentration ability. Speak to them, speak to their parents and be very patient, find out if they have a particular interest that you can incorporate into the syllabus to grab their attention, praise them lots and be as animated as possible to keep their attention. Good luck!

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