Significance of the Study This research will be significant to the following: School administrators They will be enlightened regarding the importance of the anger management on students and to avoid the conflicts that anger creates. Guidance counselor They will be enlightened and can come up with a solution on how to deal with students or even staffs with anger management issues. Parents They will have the knowledge on the importance of proper management of anger and they will give advises to their children on how to properly handle their anger. Future Researchers The results of this study can be a basis or guideline to the researchers who will also want to discuss further the topic of anger management. Scope and
Bullying can happen to anyone: tall or small, male or female, and the stronger or weak. It can affect sleep pattern, work ethic, depression, and stress. Bullying in schools has become an increasing problem however; it can be reduced by laying in place parental awareness programs, teachers working with students, and policies and rules known by all student and staff. Parental awareness programs are a huge measure of reducing bullying in schools. When it comes to addressing children’s behaviors according to Hellwig (n.d.) stated that “keeping parents informed about their child’s grades, friends, behavior, and even attitudes in school is an important tool when addressing behaviors” (para.
The assessment is designed to identify the major issues, concerns and challenges facing students who are being bullied. Particular emphasis is being placed on how these students’ educational needs are being affected as a result of being bullied. The results will be used as follows: (1) to help guide the counseling programs towards developing effective intervention for bullying in schools (2) to examine the nature and causes of bullying (3) to implement bullying policies that outlines consequences and (4) to create a safe environment for students. Victims of bullying often benefit from interventions that are designed to increase their self-esteem which protects them from future bullying (Kaiser & Rasminsky, 2003). Bullying can take many shapes; it can be in the form of hurtful teasing, physical violence, threats, humiliation as well as destruction of student’s personal property.
The next stage involves the developing of Self-Appraisal Skills, and during this stage young children can improve their own self-appraisal skills and they thus begin to judge their own efficacy in this manner. The next stage is the one that I believe helps to explain Sara's behavior the most. This stage is about how youth broaden and validate their self-efficacy. Sara is obviously showing signs of bullying, and this stage truly does offer an explanation as to why. According to Bandura, children in this stage of life are affected more by their peers.
The therapy’s goal is to help children gain insight to their own behavior, increase the children’s ability to observe and appreciate other people’s feelings, needs and rights (National Crime Victims Research and Treatment Center, 2004). The therapy also teaches children to understand their needs and values, to increase their connectedness to other positive people, build internal strengths that support their future growth and increase their ability to meet their needs in socially appropriate ways (National Crime Victims Research and Treatment Center, 2004). Both methods of therapy really help children to process the abuse they have experienced so they can prosper in their future development.
They also have the child’s history and how they may react in some certain situations. Laura writes that teachers should, “focus on individual student learning needs and how they can teach students to be safe from a variety of dangers, including natural disasters and school violence” (171). The conclusions from the article are that children with special needs are at a higher risk when schools are peril. It is important that the children may know what to do when their lives are
It is crucial that school counselors utilize interventions, such as implementing group counseling, to help students who have been impacted by bullying. Study shows that group counseling can be effective in increasing the self-esteem levels of students who have experienced bullying. If students who have experienced bullying participate in a counseling group, they will experience an increase in their self-esteem levels. School counselors can play an important role in directing school policies addressing peer victimization and developing strategies to foster more positive and healthy peer relationships.
One of the strategies for treating rehabilitation is treating the child with respect. “Children with behavioral and emotional disorders require intensive behavior therapy tools to help them deal with triggers on a daily basis, and outside pressures. Another strategy is applied behavior analysis.” (Kids Mental Health, 2009). This technique will allow the PSR to analyze the behaviors of the child and teach them a better way to respond to a situation in a much more positive manor. This technique rewards the child for positive behavior, and will punish the child for any negative behavior.
The study found that school involvement was a key factor in the level of delinquent activities. In turn youths who didn’t engage in school activities were more likely to perform delinquent acts and be subject to maltreatment. In the conclusion Bender argues that active involvement in schools should be pursued and encouraged by school boards to help prevent children from performing delinquent acts. Bender states that schools with limited resources should asses which students are at the highest risk of delinquent acts and to target them first. Programs should be created to help develop social skills as this will help children feel empathy reducing the chance of harming others.
There are strategies to do with the child before, during and after the lesson which can help the student succeed in going to school and learning. What the child will do in a lesson is unpredictable and so is there mood. Therefore it is important to be knowledgeable about what to do when those situations occur since they don’t usually happen to normal kids. ADHD kids need to be taken care of and helped so they do not miss out on their education and time they can be learning. If instructors know different techniques and strategies to keep the student focused on task then ADHD do perfectly fine along with proper medications and diagnosis.