At one point, bullies think it’s normal to be mean and abusive to other students. They tell the victim, “I’m just messing with you” after aggression. On the other hand, the victim gives power to the bully by not speaking up and being afraid. Bullying can be avoid if the victim speaks up and seeks help from a teacher, parent, the principal, or a friend. Bullying is harmful because the
1. Describe two types of challenging behaviour that occurred and briefly describe the characteristics of such behaviours. Challenging behaviour in the school context encompasses behaviour that interferes with a student’s own and/or other students’ learning. Different types of challenging behaviour displayed by children are: aggressive behaviour, self-injurious behaviour, disruptive behaviour, destructive behaviour, oppositional behaviour, stereotyped behaviours, socially inappropriate behaviour, and withdrawn behaviour. In this case, Jimmy portrays disruptive behaviour by verbal abuse and non-cooperation when he started insulting the teacher.
This is completely wrong. Teachers used to be able to discipline students in class, teach, and assign grades. But now, teachers cannot place a finger on a student without the parents becoming mad and complaining to the school principal. In conclusion, Chapter 2 of Generation Me is mainly about selfishness. Generation Me is headed in the wrong direction of loving oneself above others.
The next day both of the students are lost in thought and have no clue about what the quiz is about, as a result, both students most likely failed that quiz for not listening and for having a phone in the middle of class. As a result, many people and students might think that having a phone can be good during school hours. However, they should not use phones during school hours. Taking a phone can cause students to cheat, cyber-bully, (a student or in some cases even a teacher) and it can be a serious distraction to everyone in the classroom. Students are taking too much advantage of cell phone use and that is just not right.
Classroom behaviour is one of the problems of the teacher on how to handle or how to manage their class. Student misbehaviours such as disruptive talking, chronic avoidance of work, clowning, interfering with teaching activities, harassing classmates, verbal insults, defiance, and hostility , ranging from infrequent to frequent, mild to severe, is a thorny issue in everyday classroom. Teachers usually reported that these disturbing behaviours in the classroom are intolerable and stress-provoking, and they had to spend a great deal of time and energy to manage the classroom. In fact, student misbehaviours retard the smoothness and effectiveness of teaching and also impede the learning of the student and his/her classmates. Furthermore, research findings have shown that school misbehaviour not only escalated with time but also lowered academic achievement.
Due to lack of understanding during teaching lesson, lack confidences with their ability and stress from their parents that caused the students join in cheating with the aim to get the good results. Cheating is a serious problem that worried about by social, so it must be solved. The best solution is every unit must motivate the students to know their playing role in studies. Teachers play an important role in schools, because educating the students is their responsibilities. In house, parents play an important role to guide their children.
Bullying In Schools What defines us as humans? What makes us all unique and different in our own special ways? The fact that we are all made differently, and sometimes those difference can cause us problems. Bullying, this is a problem that has plagued our schooling system for as long as schooling has been around, and still continues to this day. It’s in our schools, it’s at home, it’s in our businesses, the act of bullying needs to be brought to an end.
This tends to related to disagreements that come from personality clashes or emotional interactions among team members If the conflict occur with the person especially when one is frustrated with his or her goals, this termed as intrapersonal conflict (Neal, 2003). Effects of conflicts in schools According to (Omboko,210) conflict in school have large impacts to teaching and learning process. It may reduce strengths and resources such as social support and integration among teachers and all those involved in education which ultimately increase problems in schools among students and teachers. It threaten school functioning and trigger a chain of other educational and social problems which includes abuse office,disagreement,hostility and violent fights which may have negative impact on the successful running school particularly teaching and learning. According to (Caravan and Monahan, 2001) conflict may result into blockage to school development.This lead to poorly performance of the students and failure to achieve educational goals.
In middle school I was not always the best student, I would always get myself into trouble or allow others to get me into trouble. I did not know how to control myself in a new environment because I was still used to elementary school expectations. I was sent to In School Suspension (ISS) many of days because I wouldn’t listen to the teacher, talk back, or not do my work. In middle school we had a discipline form where each time you get in trouble you receive a step, when you reach your 3rd step they will call home to your mom and when you reach your 5th step they decide on ISS or OSS. I would receive 2 steps a day because my behavior was so bad so I would be sent straight to ISS instead of being in the classroom with my classmates.
Unfortunately, this isn’t always the case. Many students are the target of bullying that could result in physical, emotional and academic consequences. We will look at what bullying is and what constitutes bullying and what school can do to prevent students from being bullied. All schools are aware or they are becoming increasing aware of the prevalence and seriousness and negative impacts of bullying (Lester, Cross, Dooley, & Shaw). What is bullying?