There are quite a few patterns of behavior that have been interfering with this student’s school success. The one that I would like to focus on for this case study is this student’s aggressive behavior. We have been in school for approximately 9 weeks now, and each week we have seen some type of aggressive behavior from this student. This behavior is not accidental, it is intentional. He is not only being aggressive towards other students in the class, but also towards the teachers and the principle of our school. An example of this behavior was last week during our “jobs” part of the day after lunch. This boy was sitting in his listening spot on our gathering carpet and suddenly turned around, grabbed another students’ head, and slammed it into the hard floor. When I removed him from the rest of the students shortly after this incident he started to kick and hit me.
I had originally assumed that these behaviors were only occurring at school towards people that the student was unfamiliar with. However, when the mother began coming in to take this student home, he was also kicking, hitting, and biting her. When these behaviors occurred towards his mother, nothing was done in response to this behavior from the mother. It was basically just ignored.
When these behaviors occur in our room like...
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... of situations in which this behavior may occur. In this one on one setting, we see a definite difference in the student’s behavior and attitude. The other intervention that we can try with this student would be to have him develop a book about how to behave in kindergarten and why it is important. This book could potentially act as a reminder for this student. A third solution would be for us to provide this student with some quiet time in a safe place. This would allow the student to calm himself down in whatever way works for him and then he can rejoin the group. It is important to note once again, that this is a very rare case in which the parents do not want to work with the school to help their child. This makes things very difficult for my mentor and myself I, however, we are trying to implement these things within our classroom to help this student.
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