Explain the role you as the teacher play in shaping and controlling student behavior. How do policies, procedures and routines impact behavior?Write a list of common actions of children who misbehave in physical education class. Describe the emotional/social constraints that may be attributed to these behaviors. Provide both appropriate and inappropriate plans to manage these scenario.Any thoughts or inputs?Explain the role you as the teacher play in shaping and controlling student behavior. How do policies, procedures and routines impact behavior? Write a list of common actions of children who misbehave in physical education class. Describe the emotional/social constraints that may be attributed to these behaviors. Provide both appropriate and inappropriate plans to manage these scenario.
To answer this question Mary, you needed to look at chapter six. In that chapter, the author states that the most important and effective reason for discipline is to help children learn effectively without breaching open other childrens rights. Cooperation on the childrens part is essential to the teachers ability to teach. An effective management plan permits an environment where all children have the ability to learn.
As far as policies, procedures and routines, the latter one – children thrive on consistent routines. It gives them a sense of security. Wouldnt you agree, Mary? An assertive communicator is not afraid to institute procedures and policies which will enhance the learning of all students. She is not afraid of what the students may think of her. I feel statements are appropriate coming from the teacher. The assertive educator follows up the statement with a consequence for the child. The effective communicator makes clear what procedures, and policies are expected in physical education class. She repeats these expectations until the students have the idea. The rules in phys ed should also be shared with other teachers and administrators in order for the acceptance of the rules throughout the school. Having students practice the rules may also be extremely effective. Common actions on the part of students who misbehave
1) Sometimes students misbehave because they do not understand the directions. Usually having another student repeat the instructions before engaging in the activity helps. The misbehaving student may still not understand, so the teacher must simplify her language or demonstrate what she means. Having teacher pull them out before getting a sense of what the problem is and taking some type of corrective action such as explaining is not professional.2) At times, the student is testing the teachers authority. It is not appropriate to discipline the child globally in front of others. Taking the student aside, and discussing what is expected and what will happen if the child does not comply will usually do the trick. To talk about a student in front of others is never acceptable, whether that means other children or other teachers. 3) The student may have a learning disability that affects understanding. Mixing these children with the general education students in a small group may be extremely helpful with modeling what needs to be done. Knowing the students names helps them feel that the teacher is working together with them for their betterment. Hellman mentioned several different levels of increasing student responsibility. These aptitudes are well known in all classes, such as:
 Teacher models acceptable behavior;
 Teacher uses reinforcement to increase acceptable behavior;
 Offers time for student to reflect on their behavior;
 Other students may offer input about responsible behavior.4) A last problem here is the student who wants or needs reinforcement. Many times these are children with low self esteem who just want to know that the teacher cares. It is important to recognize when the student is doing something well, and reward him or her. It is not acceptable to constantly harp on negative behavior.Reference:
Pangrazi, R.P. & Beighle, A. (2004) Dynamic Physical Education for Elementary School Children, San
Francisco, CA: Cummings Publishing Co.




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