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Alexis Levine EDUC 2130 Extra credit 5 February 7, 2011 EXTRA CREDIT In the article, “The Most Common Behavioral Issues the Teachers Tackle in School,” they discuss exactly what the title entails. They discuss how there is no such thing as a class of students where not a single one has a behavioral issue. They also mention that if a teacher does not know how to control a situation the student will take advantage of their weaknesses similar to what our reflection paper discussed. They claim that teachers should be knowledgeable on different behavioral strategies as well. This article mentions the top
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Unformatted text preview: three issues teachers encounter in the classroom in different forms and ways to handle the situation, such as a student who bullies, the uncooperative student, and the undisciplined student. The main thing I have gotten out of all these extra credit articles and reflection papers is that students consistently need positive reinforcement. Gayagay, Lisa. "The Most Common Behavioral Problems That Teachers Tackle in School Read more: http://www.bukisa.com/articles/365914_the-most-common-behavioral-problems-that-teahers-tackle-in-school Bukisa . Creative Commons, 2 Oct. 2010. Web. 7 Feb. 2011....
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