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Re: Disrespect, Defiance, and Disruption
matthews #489 03/11/2020 1:35 PM
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1. Disrespect is the act of being rude to others

2. Defiance is the act of standing for something that you don't want to do or one doesn't want to do
3. Disruption looks like others doing something the teacher doesn't want them to, talking while the teachers talking, and usually playing around
4. They give the students a warning and if after several attempts at getting them to stop will send them out

Re: Disrespect, Defiance, and Disruption
matthews #490 03/11/2020 1:35 PM
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A reader emailed SCM last week wondering how to handle six students who were wreaking havoc in his classroom.

Every day they were disruptive.

They were talkative and silly. They called out during lessons and made inappropriate comments.

They played off one another and held little regard for his expectations.

Most distressing, when he’d confront them or attempt to hold them accountable, they would become disrespectful.

They would argue and complain. They would lie and deny. They would talk back and then goof off when sent to time-out.

The teacher was at the end of his rope and desperate for answers.

One or two disrespectful students are hard enough. How do you handle a half dozen who are determined to make your life miserable?

Well, you don’t. At least, not directly.

You see, one of the most common mistakes teachers make is trying to handle difficult students as distinct entities, separate from the class as a whole.

Day after day, this teacher was pulling them aside for one-on-one talking-tos. He was lecturing them, counseling them, and giving them pep-talks.

He set up behavior contracts, offered rewards in exchange for good behavior, and had consequences designed just for them.

But these individualized methods only make matters worse—because they encourage misbehavior.

They cause resentment and antagonism. They wipe out intrinsic motivation and label students as “difficult,” which becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy.

The truth is, when you have several or more students who consistently disrupt learning and behave disrespectfully, it’s a sign you’ve lost control of your class—or never had it to begin with.

It’s a classroom management problem, not an individual student problem.

And the only way to fix it is to start over from the beginning.

It’s to establish sharply defined, non-negotiable boundaries of behavior for all students that are designed to protect your freedom to teach and your students’ freedom to learn.

Create a clear, no-nonsense classroom management plan that covers every possible misbehavior. Teach, model, and practice it so there are no misunderstandings or excuses not to follow it.

Then defend it to the hilt.

If you’re in the middle of the school year, it may take several days to see results.

You may even get considerable pushback, especially from the core of disrespectful students who have grown accustomed to having their way and dictating the environment of the class.

But if you fulfill your promise to protect the right of every student to learn and enjoy school, if you refrain from pulling students aside to scold, lecture, and bribe, and instead let your classroom management plan do your talking for you, then you’ll begin to reel them in.

Your most well-behaved students will respond first. You’ll notice them smiling more and making eye contact with you. They’ll be more openly friendly and appreciative. They’ll cheer you on from afar.

Then a few more students will join in support. One by one, you’ll begin picking them off and pulling them into your sphere of influence.

Before long, just one of your most difficult students will turn things around. They’ll abruptly start making the right choices.

They’ll become more respectful. They’ll grow calmer, happier, and more responsive to you and your expectations. They’ll like being part of the class.

Then another difficult student will come aboard. Then another.

You’ll now have more time and freedom to really enjoy your class and teach with greater passion. Your stress will fall away. You’ll smile and laugh more often and begin building real influence and rapport with your students.

You’ll have leverage.

Soon, the last few holdouts will take a look around and notice that no one is laughing at their jokes anymore. No one is amused by their antics.

They’ll realize that following rules and participating as a valued member of the class is a better option than creating their own brand of fun or behaving rebelliously. They’ll shrug their shoulders and join in too.

After all, you’ve made their choice an easy one.

You’ve made the gap between the experience of being part of the class, and the experience of being held accountable, so wide that no student can resist.

You’ve left the door to a safe, warm, and dry place wide open—where they’re welcomed and accepted and can leave their baggage behind.

Where they can be part of something special and bigger than themselves. Where their intrinsic motivational engines can finally begin to turn.

This is no pie-in-the-sky scenario.

It’s a transformation that is taking place in classrooms all over the world. Here at SCM, we receive hundreds of unsolicited email success stories every year.

Our approach to classroom management has been proven to turn around any group of students—no matter how disrespectful or ill-behaved.

If you’re new to our website or newsletter, I encourage you to visit our archive (along the sidebar), where you’ll find over 450 articles covering nearly every classroom management topic imaginable.

You may also want to pick up one of our books or sign up for personal coaching.

Finally, I have a new book coming out in May called The Happy Teacher Habits, which reveals 11 little-known secrets of the happiest, most effective teachers on Earth.

Re: Disrespect, Defiance, and Disruption
matthews #491 03/11/2020 1:35 PM
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1. Disrespect is the act of being rude to others

2. Refusing do do as your told.

3. Disruption looks like others doing something the teacher doesn't want them to, talking while the teachers talking, and usually playing around

4. They handle it by moving the seating

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matthews #492 03/11/2020 1:38 PM
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1. Disrespect is a continued behavior of rudeness and unawareness.

2. Defiance is when the teacher gives a direct order and the student doesn't care or goes against said order.

3. Disruption is when a student disturbers another student/class with there actions.

4. Teachers handle this most of the time, by doing a three strikes and your out approach.

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matthews #493 03/11/2020 1:40 PM
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1. Disrespect is a continued behavior of rudeness and unawareness.

2. Defiance is when the teacher gives a direct order and the student doesn't care or goes against said order.

3. Disruption is when a student disturbers another student/class with there actions.

4. Teachers handle this most of the time, by doing a three strikes and your out approach.

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matthews #494 03/11/2020 1:47 PM
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1. To me disrespect is swearing,beating, and/or racist/sexist comments.
2. Being rude to a teacher or staff.
3. Students arguing,physical fighting,and on YouTube.
4. My teachers handle disrution is by giving the student a warning and if they get in trouble again the teacher sends them to ISS.

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matthews #495 03/11/2020 2:40 PM
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1. What is DISRESPECT to you?
When somebody being a jerk and being very disrespectful
2. What do you consider to be DEFIANCE?
Not listening to the person that told you to do something and disobeying them
3. What does DISRUPTION in your classes look like?
People talking when the teacher is teaching or someone on their phone and playing around in class disrupting other students from learning.
4. How do your teachers handle this in class?
By talking to them at the end of class or changing their seat or sending them to the office or calling their parents about the situation



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matthews #497 03/12/2020 8:25 AM
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1.Disrespect is anything that showing no respect or courtesy to a person.

2. Being defiance is when you go against the authority or rules set before you.

3. A disruption is when someone or something causes a distraction or disturbance to others.

4. Most wait for them to calm down if not yelling , they write them up, or just ignore it.

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matthews #498 03/12/2020 8:28 AM
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1. What is DISRESPECT to you?
- is when you talking back and being rude.
2. What do you consider to be DEFIANCE?
- when you push the persons buttons.
3. What does DISRUPTION in your classes look like?
-when someone talk when you talk.
4. How do your teachers handle this in class?
- by talking to us in the nices manner as they can.

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matthews #499 03/12/2020 9:46 AM
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1. What is DISRESPECT to you?
Disrespect to me, is when someone goes out of their way to be offensive.
2. What do you consider to be DEFIANCE?
Doing something against what someone says
3. What does DISRUPTION in your classes look like?
People shouting, laughing, talking over the teachers
4. How do your teachers handle this in class?
By threatening them with, or giving them a referral, though this rarely works imo

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matthews #501 03/12/2020 12:27 PM
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1. In my eyes disrespect is insulting others for no apparent reason.
2. Being defiant is not listening to the people who know whats best for you
3. Disruption in class means students talking while the teacher is trying to teach
4. referrals or out of school suspension

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matthews #502 03/12/2020 12:30 PM
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Disrespect comes in many forms. Something is disrespectful if it makes you feel offended if that something had the intent of making you feel offended.

Defiance is the act of going against a ruler, a person in power, or a set of rules or laws that are set in place.

Disruption in the class is when the teacher stops talking to quiet down other students that are talking while he is talking.

They usually just tell the student to stop talking and that is it. In some of my previous classes some of the teachers have threatened to write students up for disrupting the class

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matthews #503 03/12/2020 12:34 PM
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1. Disrespect is intentionally trying to offend one another and to not care if something comes down that's going to humiliate you or something similar.

2. To not follow instructions or orders by their teachers but instead is an obstruction to his classmates.

3. Someone who is loud purposely and thinking they know better than the teacher.

4. They handle it in a calm way and warns the person if they don't stop their actions then they will face the consequence.

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matthews #509 03/12/2020 1:18 PM
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1. Disrespectful is talking over someone as they're talking or talking back to someone way older than yourself. It varies.
2.Acting completely ignorant for attention or because they feel above anything or anyone.
3. When the teacher is in the middle of a lesson and someone wants to shout "can I use the restroom" or when the teacher is in the middle of teaching and students want to be on their phone.
4.They just say "you guys need to stop" or "I'm gonna write you up"

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matthews #515 03/13/2020 11:52 AM
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1. What is DISRESPECT to you?
- being rude and ignorant to someone
2. What do you consider to be DEFIANCE?
- refusing to do something
3. Disruption in my classes is normally people talking or someone on their phone.
4. Normally the teacher would just tell the kids to stop talking or tell them to put your phone away. Some teachers might be stricter and take your phone.

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matthews #517 03/13/2020 12:44 PM
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Disrespect to me in a classroom sense. Is blatant ignorance. If someone is pompously going against a teacher rules then that is disrespectful, if a student is sleeping in class is not disrespect let them sleep if they fail that is there problem.

Defiance is disobeying a teacher whilst there telling and told you to stop.

Disruption is being obnoxiously loud, making dumb noises, throwing things ETC. Talking to a fellow peer is not a disruption until the teacher point it out.

The Teacher is responsible for the behavior of the students no matter the severity of disobedience by the students ,but the teachers at AHS are rather lilac apart from the few but the few tend to be on a tyranny.

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1. What is DISRESPECT to you?
- being rude to someone
2. What do you consider to be DEFIANCE?
- refusing to do something and not listening to them
3. What does DISRUPTION in your classes look like?
- talking throwing stuff around the room and fighting
4. How do your teachers handle this in class?
- seating charts, send them out, write them up, or call the principle.

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matthews #596 05/06/2020 2:51 PM
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1. What is DISRESPECT to you? It is when someone makes fun of you or acts like you don't matter,

2. What do you consider to be DEFIANCE? It is when you do not do what is told or you do something that you were told not to do. It is disrepectful.

3. What does DISRUPTION in your classes look like? People not listening when the teacher is talking. People doing thing or talking when they are supposed to be listening.

4. How do your teachers handle this in class? Some yell, some send the kids to the office, some give them extra work, some write them up. I don't know what is best.

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matthews #964 10/22/2020 10:53 AM
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disrespect is when someone insults someone. defiance is when someone does the exact oppisiot of what was told. disruption is when someone purposly calls attention to themselves in the middle of class. most of the teachers just tell them to stop.

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