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The No-Punishment Guide to Stemming Misbehavior in the Classroom

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When students act out or fail to turn in the required schoolwork, many teachers instinctively punish them. However, punishment is seldom effective in changing behaviors long-term.

Enduring success comes when teachers work to identify the underlying causes of poor student behavior, which commonly include undiagnosed learning disabilities, ADHD, or deficits in executive function — and when they work to build strong relationships with each student.Here are some proven strategies for teachers to develop strong bonds with students:Don’t do this: Withhold recess.

Research has shown that punishing a child by denying their participation in something appealing (and physically exhausting) is counterproductive.

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