1. Analyzing Ron’s Challenging Behaviour?
2. Construction of the Strategies to fight Ron’s Challenging Behaviour?
1. Analyzing Ron’s Challenging Behaviour:
It is seen that Ron barely concentrates in the classes and he is at the same time is careless and full of mischief. His approach towards his class and other classmates is quite unnatural. When all the students gather in the class for taking lesson from Ms Bosco, he seemed to have been busy with the other approaches such as passing time in the aquarium. This mischief approach has not only let her to face difficulties, at the same time, it does not make him to study properly. Although mischief in character is not alien from a child’s character, however, to some kids it seems to be in a high note. Ron is the example of such kind where it is excessive in nature.
2. Construction of the Strategies to fight Ron’s Challenging Behaviour:
In order to manage the character of Ron, different strategies can be adapted by Ms Bosco. First, he can let to be mischievous to such an extent which can be controlled by his teacher (West, 2010). Ms Bosco is needed to permit him for doing mischief but in return he has to do mischief under his observation. It may prove to be a strategical approach which leads him to manage better prospect for Ron. If he can be controlled under proper observation, his mischievous behavior can be removed (Thornberg, 2010). On the other hand, counseling may seem to be a tool which can be used for Ron by Ms Bosco. It leads her to manage and reduce the mischievous attitude of Ron and get him back into normality.
Thornberg, R. (2010). A Student in Distress: Moral Frames and Bystander Behavior in School. ELEM SCHOOL J, 110(4), 585-608. doi:10.1086/651197
West, M. (2010). School-to-school cooperation as a strategy for improving student outcomes in challenging contexts. School Effectiveness And School Improvement, 21(1), 93-112. doi:10.1080/09243450903569767