Hello everyone, I'm working with a young boy with global developmental delays. He is quite bright, but can be quite lazy at his work. I recently had an incident with him where he thought it was ok to hit me. It was dealt with by the deputy head and the classroom teacher quite well, but it soon became evident that the boy didn't fully understand that what he did was wrong. I proceeded to be quite strict with him for the entire week of lessons following the incident. Does anyone have advice on what to do about behavioral problems with an SEN student? I try to be quite strict when I need to and otherwise use rewards and positive reinforcement to help my student understand what is and isn't ok. Any ideas besides the usual sticker charts and pencil giveaways for good behavior?