This qualitative, phenomenological research study was designed to explore teachers’ lived experiences and perspectives in dealing with student aggressive disruptive behaviours in public schools. There are many reasons for aggressive behaviours. Petsch and Rochlen (2009) suggested that children were coping with stressors before, during, or after parental incarceration. Schmid (2012) addressed negative peers, and Carrell and Hoekstra (2008)found that children from troubled families exhibited significant increases in misbehaviour. Grigg (2012) cited frequent school changes were associated with poor outcomes with disruptions in important social ties.
In schools, this often has a negative impact on minority children, when their largely white administrators and teachers misinterpret their actions as subversive or disobedience. This essay will discuss the origins of cultural miscommunication in schools, provide examples of cultural miscommunication
Schools need to be more active in responding to bullying because it can negatively affect a student’s well-being. A few consequences of bullying include poor performance in school, depression, and suicide. Reports that go unresolved increases the risk of long-term effects of bullying. There are numerous bullying interventions and programs. However, many of these interventions may not be effective in preventing and addressing bullying.
While others say this problem must be internal, regarding students’ role. This essay aims to analyze both hypotheses considering Chile’s reality. Some researchers assert that this problem must be external and is mostly teachers’ responsibility. First of all, according to Gökçe DİŞLEN, most of the time students lose their interest and enthusiasm towards language learning due to insecure classroom atmosphere and pedagogues’ harsh attitude (2013). Bad tempered and strict teachers tend to not only make students feel uncomfortable but also themselves.
Divorce is undoubtedly one of the most shocking events a child can have. As they are in a process of development and change in psychological terms, the serious negative process that they will experience during the divorce will also be reflected in their future lives. Children whose parents are divorced also tend to have higher anxiety and stress levels, and more frequent depression. The situation of distress has inevitably influence on the children's academic performance. The two impacts of distress in divorce process on children's school success are diminished learning capacity and behavioural problems at school.
According to a research, students who were forced to wear school uniforms showed many stressful emotional graphs and aspect of action. This is especially harmful when they are in a critical period of personality formation. Another important reason not to force students wear school uniforms is when students look different and express their outlooks, it makes them to be tolerant, and to understand other’s differences. If a student wore uniforms for several years, he or she cannot understand other person who wears different uniform. It makes students to lose diversity and tolerance towards strangers and people who are in a minority.
It depends on how a child is able to control such aggressive impulses. These impulses include fighting other children, bullying others, being temperamental and finding it difficult to control both their physical and psychological behaviour. School life of both the child with aggressive behaviour and his or her victim is affected as a result of aggression (Fearon, Bakermans-Kranenburg, van IJzendoorn, Lapsley & Roisman, 2010). Within the school environment, children with aggressive behaviour are highly likely to find it difficult to interact appropriately with others within the environment. Aggressive behaviour such as fighting and bullying other children within the environment can easily
Over the years, student’s behaviour is a serious problem for a lot of schools around the world. According to Finn, Fish J, Reva M, Scott, Leslie A (2008), misbehaviour in school can be harmful to the individual student if it interferes with learning, decreases the chance of graduating, or reduces the likelihood of entering or completing post-high school education. As schools are considered as the second home of students, they are struggling with lots of issues related to students’ behaviours.
This phenomenon will negatively impact school teenagers. There are two problems that can be identified, namely, lose interest in education and family problems and solution is organizing a campaign and the role of the parents themselves. The first factor of the occurrence of symptoms of truancy is not interest in studies in among students. Actually, not all students have the same level of understanding and there are among those who are weak. In this case, students are not to understand what is taught by the teacher.
When we look at the victim who is the oppressed one, it can be seen the negative effects of being isolated from peers, being bullied etc. As a ‘victim’, they experience serious troubles in the school. They would have lack of self-confidence, show unexpected behaviors, have low grades… (Young, Nelson, Hottle, Warburton, & Young,