How to handle students who are difficult to manage


Hey friends, are any of you a teacher?, The teacher is usually always confused with the student’s unmanageable behavior.

Friend, usually when teaching new students, a teacher never knows what kind of student he will face. If you get students who are active and diligent, of course, a teacher feels very happy, but if on the contrary, of course, a teacher must work extra to be more patient.

So, here I want to share effective ways that teachers’ friends can apply to handle unruly students. So friends, don’t panic yet! Come on, let’s learn how to handle it right for students who are difficult to manage.

1. Plan a variety of teaching methods

Each student must have their uniqueness and character, this is what makes every student cannot be handled in the same way. Here, the teacher’s best friend must be smarter and more creative in implementing various learning methods. It could be in class A, students prefer to learn by the method of discussion together. While class B prefers to study with simulation methods to better understand.

So, before teaching, try to prepare various methods huh! Moreover, using varied learning methods certainly makes the classroom atmosphere more exciting, so naturally, students will be happy when in class and reduce their unruly behavior.

2. Give priority to warning students in a nonverbal way

The teacher signals the student to remain calm. When teaching students who are difficult to manage, there will always be students who make noise. What used to be a calm classroom atmosphere, suddenly turned into noisy the whole class. if it’s like this eventually the target material to be studied will be hampered.

Well, instead of shouting in front of students, it’s better to use nonverbal gestures, okay? For example, you can put your index finger in front of your mouth to give the code “do not be noisy”, or it could also be when there is noise, a friend as a teacher stares at the student who makes the commotion until he finally realizes that he is being watched.

As much as possible as a teacher to avoid screaming while advising students. By shouting, in addition to draining emotions, of course, indirectly teaches students that in class can scream. So, try to remain calm and patient.

3. As much as possible avoid saying “don’t”

When dealing with students who are difficult to manage, it is not uncommon to make a teacher run out of patience. One of the things that are often done is to give a warning to students about the attitude of students who are less accepted. Now, when you want to remind students, try to use words that have positive connotations rather than negatives!

For example, when a friend is explaining in front of the class, some students are even cool to talk to themselves and disturb other students. If Bapaksahabat only reminds you by saying “don’t make noise!” or “don’t talk!”, maybe initially students will be quiet. But eventually, it will be repeated, because there is no solutive reason for these words.

Well, friends, it’s better when you reprimand, while giving a solutive reason why you need to pay attention to the teacher like “let’s pay attention to the future, you want to get good grades on the exam later”. Usually, this will be more effective, students will be quiet and start thinking about the consequences they get. Finally, students will pay more attention to the teacher.

Well, how?, There is already a picture, right?, To teach students tomorrow, ok until here first yes, on the opportunity that will come I will connect again, thank you.


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