Aggression in children: Causes, approach and prevention
Does aggression consist solely of violence or are there other forms of aggression? What is aggression? What can be done if a child makes aggressive behavior?
These are some questions that this brochure tries to answer.
The brochure is divided into …
Aggression at the (primary) school: Follow up difficult behavior at school
In this file of Luc Waes you will find the following chapters:
- What do we mean by aggression?
- Can aggressive behavior be learned?
- How do we deal with aggressive behavior?
- Punishing or rewarding?
- What can we do in practice in the classroom?
A positive relationship with young people: Presentation
Overview of ten slides in which the following themes are discussed:
- understand youth behavior;
- our task as a teacher;
- what if it goes wrong in the classroom;
- how do I conduct a recovery interview;
- behavior change;
- how to deal with …
Saying What You're Crossing / Dealing with conflicts: Work Bundle
Social skills are trained in this bundle of work. On the basis of information and exercises, students learn how to deal with conflicts.
My behavior at school: Self-evaluation
Intended for students who are problematic and willing to work.
First, they evaluate themselves by means of some concrete behaviors. Then they select some achievable goals.
Quarrel on the playground: Step-by-step board
What about fighting on the playground? With this playground card, children analyze the quarrel step by step:
- Where did the problem start?
- What happened?
- How did I feel?
- What have I done?
The answers to each question are presented visually with …
Solving Conflict: Steps
This poster shows in six steps show how students own can come to a solution to a conflict.
- First, the children must show that they are open to talk about the conflict. This may be stabbing out upwards by the hands with the palms.
- Both parties have …
Aggression: student contract
This document is a kind of contract that you conclude with a pupil and / or when using the survival guide Get the grrr out of aggression.
Help with undesirable behavior
Students who exhibit undesirable behavior can go through these questions together with a supervisor. They think about how they can change their behavior (should something change in the environment, what is the cause ...).
Event reports: Step-by-step plan for cross-border behavior
You can use these incident reports to make children think about their behavior on the one hand and to have an overview of the difficulties that they experience.
In this article you will find the fill-in sheet for the students and an overview for …
When I'm frustrated ...: Icons
The first page contains steps that can be followed if a student is angry or frustrated. The steps are visually supported.
The second sheet presents some feelings.
A visual aid for getting a student to work with the GGGG model:
- What happened?
- What did you think and felt at that moment?
- How did you react?
- What was the result of your reaction?
Both usable for children with anxiety and for children who …
This is a document that the students themselves must fill in a conflict situation or difficult moment in the classroom.
The student thinks about how he feels, what he wants to achieve and how he can achieve his goal.
Dealing with feelings afraid and angry: Working with the three caps
These leaves serve to work with children in elementary school about emotional problems. The method with the three caps focuses mainly on children who show aggression or are withdrawn.
The idea originated from GON guidance, but in these leaflets it …
Social-emotional development: Info, lesson suggestions and approach to problems
In the first part you will find six major themes:
- resolve conflict situations,
- relationships and sexuality,
- values and norms,
- confidence and resilience.
With each theme you will find general background information and some …
How do I help others control their aggression: Learn how to use educational materials
This brochure is aimed at people who seek informative and educational material to work with children around aggression.
The materials are divided into the following themes:
- to make frustration, anger and aggression debatable;
- to master own anger …
Playfully dealing with aggression: Work forms
Lesson preparation for the fourth year round aggression with different ready-made methods. With a bit of creativity, this lesson is also useful for students of a third grade of primary education.
Autism and anger
Autism and anger, a combination that often occurs and what can cause difficult situations. As a parent or counselor you often feel powerless and you would prefer that you could crawl into the child's skin to help him or her.
This blog briefly …
Executive functions: Explanation and tips
Do you have a student who is struggling with impulse control or concentrating? Or a student who can't start with his task?
With regard to various behavioral problems, there are limitations in the area of executive functions.
In the article you …
Four-sheet model: Reference framework for a balanced sanctions policy
This model works with four categories of offenses, combined with four parenting strategies. The main purpose of the 4-drawer model is to learn desired behavior at school in a suitable way.
It is a sanctions policy that discourages violations and …