Discipline Issues: What to Do About Specific Challenges Download

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Bible Teachers, do you find yourself getting frustrated over specific behavioral problems but don't know what to do about different discipline issues?

Order the Discipline Issues Resource for help discerning what might be causing the problem so you can implement discipline that has a greater likelihood of actually helping students, not merely maintain crowd control.

Get this with three other resources, at a savings, in the Classroom Discipline Bundle.

This teacher training resource includes:

  • one page for each of 56 different issues, looking at the challenge these discipline issues bring, possible causes, and ways to correct and better yet circumvent (prevent) problems. (See the Table of Contents below for a list of the issues.)
  • a page of guidelines that are applicable to all specific issues which should be consistently applied regardless of the challenge
  • a one page survey you may copy and distribute to teachers to determine issues for which they most need input if you do not wish to make a copy of the entire booklet for each teacher.

Specifications: 8 1/2 x 11 PDF with 61 pages counting cover, download only

Table of Contents:

Following is a list of the 56 specific discipline issues covered in this resource:

Because training students is the goal, you will find some issues that you might not normally think of in conjunction with discipline. But, they are issues that must be dealt with to increase learning potential for individual students and the class as a whole.

  1. Absent Frequently
  2. Angry
  3. Argumentative
  4. Attention-Getting Behavior
  5. Biting or Hitting Other Students
  6. Bothering/Agitating Other Students
  7. Bragging, Know-It-All Students
  8. Bringing Toys and Other Objects from Home
  9. Chair Tipping
  10. Clingy, Over-Dependent
  11. Cliques
  12. Competitive
  13. Constantly Clowning Around
  14. Constantly or Excessively Moving
  15. Controlling: Needs to Have Own Way
  16. Crying
  17. Crying When Children Dropped Off
  18. Daydreaming
  19. Deception
  20. Defiance
  21. Destructive
  22. Disrespectful & Rude
  23. Easily Distracted, Inattentive
  24. Exaggerating
  25. Foul Language
  26. Fun Seeker
  27. Gossip
  28. Group of Students Stick Together and Cause Trouble
  29. Hyperactivity - ADHD
  30. Impulsivity
  31. Indifference/Apathy
  32. Influencer
  33. Interrupting Constantly
  34. Late Arriving
  35. Manipulative
  36. Messiness
  37. Name Calling
  38. Noisemaking
  39. Off Task Behavior
  40. Peeking
  41. Perfectionism
  42. Poor Listening Skills
  43. Provocative
  44. Revengeful, Out to Hurt Others
  45. Sibling Rivalry
  46. Sidetracking
  47. Sleeping
  48. Staff Kids Misbehave
  49. Stealing
  50. Talking Incessantly/Inappropriately
  51. Tattling - Reporting Others' Misbehavior
  52. Teasing & Bullying
  53. Temper Tantrums
  54. Violent, Overly Aggressive Behavior
  55. Whining, Complaining, Sulking
  56. Withdrawn and Non-Participatory

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  • You have permission to reproduce as many copies of this resource as needed for yourself or for current and future teachers. It may not, however, be freely distributed beyond your sphere of ministry.
  • You may not put this information in any format that you would sell.
  • You may not copy this resource in whole or in part onto a web site or into any other digital format.

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