The behavior may be attributed to hyper activeness, curiosity and enthusiasm of young students.
Young children’s brains are maturing, and they do not have the same capability to control themselves as adults do. As a teacher I should, therefore, understand the importance of teaching children abilities for controlling their behavior while appreciating that they need ongoing guidance and my supervision to stay safe. The child may be overwhelmed, close down and, hence, lash out physically or verbally to the teacher for not placing him in the first position. As the teacher I, thus, need to invest time, effort, compassion and patience to assist the child handle the feelings constructively.
Children must be able to identify early interventions to enhance student behavior difficulties in the primitive years at the end of the lesson. The science student’s reactive aggressive behavior depicts its self through unplanned retaliation by the child due to being denied the first position when going into the lab. One element key in assessing change in aggressive behavior is teacher-students relationships.
Behaviorist principles, such as developmental cascade theory have been used to explain persistent problems in early behavior. Theorists propose early behavior drawbacks in early schooling have cascading results that negatively influence subsequent psychosocial functioning and school success. Interventions such as Good Behavior Game that target behavioral difficulties at an early age attempts to prevent the negative ...Show more