Violence In Classroom

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Introduction

Aggressive behaviour in children is a concern for parents, school administrators, and teachers. Aggression in children based on logical reaction due to exposure to violent media content on television or from particular video games. Also, it can be due to exposure to violence at home due to aggressive parenting styles. The research will cover the reasons for aggressive behaviour in the classroom, the impact of bullying in the classroom, the benefit of introducing art therapy to a kindergarten class.( (Mitrofan et al., 2014)

Statement of the problem

Safety of children in the classroom is the most critical policy in school. It is evident in the KHDA policy and inspection report to ensure a safe environment for our students .(
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Children exposed to multiple crises in today’s world, such as genocides, war, famine .these events increase the Children exposure to high violence through television programs. Certain violent programs in current days show an increase in aggressive actions more than mystery and adventure. As stated by Enuji Cho in his article, Violence exposure causes an increase of emotion for children; these feelings vary from tension, inner aggression, energy, and excitement. Emotional excitement causes children to have the curiosity to experience such aggressive behaviour.( Fleming et al. 2001; Bushman & Huesmann 2006, cited in Cho and Yoo,…show more content…
Some cases are as follows. A student in my class expresses extreme violence towards his classmates, where we face continually complains of hitting, pushing, punching, in the playground as well as the classroom. Another example is about a student that regularly bullies his peers though hitting on the head, tripping and causing severe injuries. IN addition to constant disturbance to his classmates. Both cases when the school contacted their parents’ one common reason existed. Both children experience aggressive parenting styles at home. In addition to being most of the time cared by nannies which in turn has an effect on children’s social and behavioural development where there is a high chance to associate a particular behaviour or trait with the care provider (Roumani, H.B. 2005). The following is evident according to an article in gulf news where 94% of children in UAE are in the care of nannies. (Sharmila Dhal, X.
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