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How do you handle students with anger problems once they are in a high school setting?
Novel On 1/30/13, Lauren wrote: > How do you handle students with anger problems once they > are in a high school setting?

Referal to Ed. Psych. Dealing with one of my own at the moment. It's not personally aimed at me, so other staff are suffering too. He is a danger to the other students and that is the grounds on which we are taking act...See More
Jan 31, 2013
Sara On 1/30/13, Lauren wrote: > How do you handle students with anger problems once they > are in a high school setting?

I try to give all kids as much space as I can. I always speak in a calm tone and move calmly - like I'm a lion tamer- and I treat kids with sincere regard - I like kids. I don't do the 'no smiling, all business' thing....See More
Feb 1, 2013
Betty Ann It depends on the situation, but ...

I try to build a positive relationship with each of my students, one that is not based on how they are doing in my class.

I try to make sure that sensitive conversations (including verbal reprimands) are done outside the hearing of classmates.

Depending on the situation, I may have a d...See More
Feb 2, 2013
Ashley On 1/30/13, Lauren wrote: > How do you handle students with anger problems once they > are in a high school setting?

I think the key to this problem is getting to the root of the issue. Most anger comes from something far deeper than we're aware of. Is the student having a difficult time at home? Has something changed in his/her life...See More
Feb 21, 2013


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