Every child is different and so is his or her personality, as a result of which they end up having various behavioral problems at home and also at school. 

 

 

Behavioral Problem In Children 

Behavior problems while at school normally interferes with the learning process of that particular student as well as other students. This kind of situation often overwhelms teachers, as the children who exhibit behavior problems require extra attention, which can be stressful for teachers and thus hinder the pace at which lessons are offered in the classroom.

 

  • Sensory Processing Disorder

Children having sensory processing disorder can be quite disruptive in the classroom as they are unable to keep pace with the lessons that are taught in the classroom. 

They may walk around in the classroom or even talk at the most inappropriate times, as a result of which the attention of the teacher is diverted from the well-planned lesson. 

The children with this disorder usually find it difficult to organize and handle the sensory information that their brain receives from their surroundings. 

Normal day-to-day activities keep them in the completely confused and overwhelmed state as a result of which these students do not interact and play with other students during recess time. 

  • Aggressiveness

Aggressive behavior is another very much serious behavioral problem. The aggression of some students disrupts the positive and safe learning environment of the classroom. 

Physical aggression of the students towards other students in the classroom or the playground can affect the activities that are going on in the school. Moreover, it also affects the learning process of sensitive students. 

  • Use Of Inappropriate Language

Students usually use inappropriate language or use foul language to either express their frustration or just because it is a normal thing at their home. 

The use of foul language is totally offensive not only towards the teachers but also towards other students. 

In any of the situations, teachers should discipline students not to use inappropriate language either in the classroom or in the playground. 

 

  • Lack Of Attentiveness In Students

The students who are not attentive in the classroom eventually fall behind their classmates in studies. In most of these cases, students suffer from ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), as a result of which, they face difficulty-having control over their behavior. Hence, these students struggle with projects and tasks that are assigned to them. 

The teachers need to provide extra attention to these students, often require extra attention from teachers, because of which the class lessons get disturbed and other children get bored. 

 

How To Help Your Child At School

We are sure you are doing a number of different things at your home in order to help your child deal with the behavioral problem. But do you know that you can also help your child having behavioral problems in school?

 

  • Understand The Situation

To understand the situation better, you should spend some time in your child’s classroom as a volunteer or an aide. In case you are unable to be present in the classroom you can request a school psychologist or learning specialist to evaluate your child’s behavior in the classroom. 

By spending a day, at the school, you can learn a lot about your child’s behavior and what factors are causing it. 

Is there a positive teacher-student relationship? Is the teaching style of the class teacher suitable for your child? 

Is anyone troubling or teasing your child in the classroom or playground as a result of which the child tends to get frustrated? 

By only properly assessing the situation and the environment that surrounds your child in the classroom, you will be able to come up with the possible solutions. 

 

  • Check Teacher-Child Relationship 

The dynamics of the teacher-child relationship in the classroom can majorly affect a child’s overall learning process as well as the experience in the classroom. 

It is observed that children are able to learn and behave well if they feel really important and liked by everyone. 

 

  • Collaborate With The Teacher

Once you get to know what factor is actually causing the trouble then you can go ahead and discuss the issue with the class teacher and collaborate with her or him to make things better for your child. 

 

  • Strategize The Solutions 

You can also collaborate with the class teacher to set up a conference with you, your child, and the teacher. 

In this way, you both will be able to brainstorm different ways by which you can ensure that your child has a better experience at school. 

 

  • Let Your Child Have A Break

The child will obviously not enjoy going to a place where he or she feels frustrated, overwhelmed and not liked. In this situation, you should give your child a little break once in a while and take them out to the places you know they enjoy. This will work as a breath of fresh air and can calm down your child. 

 

  • Express Your Love 

Let your child know that you love him or her, every now and then, through small little things like tucking in an appreciation note in the pocket on the way to school or gift a photo frame that have you hugging your child. It will surely help them calm down in a frustrating situation. 

 

  • Teach Your Child To Think Positively

You should teach your child to think positively even in the frustrating situation and remember about the good things that have happened in their life when they are drowned by bad feelings. 

 

  • Get Some Help

If it is necessary do not hesitate to get recommendations from a therapist. The therapists with their in-depth knowledge about the situation along with the hands-on experience will surely be helpful to sort out the situation. 

We hope that this article will be helpful for you to solve the behavioral problem of your child at the school, to get more information regarding child behavior to keep on reading. 

 

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