Negative Classroom Conditions and Behavior

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Negative Classroom Conditions and Behavior
Grand Canyon University: EDU- 536
July 3, 2013

Negative Classroom Conditions and Behaviors
There are many conditions and behavior that can be present in the classroom, both positive and negative. These conditions and behaviors can have a dramatic impact on the learning process, students, and teachers if not controlled properly. They also have a great impact on classroom management. How well you manage your classroom will reflect on the behavior of the student. I had the pleasure of interviewing my ex 6th grade teacher for this assignment. I asked her what were the 10 negative classroom conditions and/or disruptive behaviors that influenced her teaching environment. She explained to me how the behaviors vary depending on the grade level (Bell 2013). She provided me with details of what she sees in a high school setting. Charles also gives us the 10 examples of classroom conditions and/or disruptive behaviors in our textbook. The 10 are; unmet needs, expediency, thwarted desires, lack of school/class resources, temptation, inappropriate habits, poor behavior choice, avoidance, egocentric personality, and the inability for students to learn properly.
A disruptive behavior that Mrs. Bell pointed out was the inability for students to learn properly when a misbehaved student is present. She explained how some behavior could be tolerated but some disruptive behaviors go beyond rudeness. A student who monopolizes discussion or speaks on particular subjects with absolutely no relevance to the lesson that is being taught is exhibiting misbehavior. She pointed out how this is called grandstanding, or showing off. However for a student to be less misbehaved, a teacher must know and meet student needs.
One of the most important condition/behavior that I think that is relatively important is the inability of a teacher to meet the…...

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