Types of Problem Behaviour

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Types of Problem Behaviour by Mind Map: Types of Problem Behaviour

1. Interpersonal Relationships

1.1. The student has difficulties creating and maintaining positive relationships with their peers and adults.

1.2. Examples include:

1.2.1. social isolation, withdrawal and/or disengagement

1.2.2. bullying (physical, verbal, social, cyber)

1.2.3. negative comments/put downs towards other individuals

1.2.4. refusing to engage (sit/work/interact) with certain peers.

1.2.5. difficulties with conflict resolution

2. Violence & Aggression

2.1. The student demonstrates violent and aggressive behaviour towards others, themselves, or inanimate objects.

2.2. Examples include

2.2.1. hitting, biting, kicking, slapping, pushing/pulling

2.2.2. destroying classroom supplies, equipment or personal belongings.

2.2.3. self harm, such as cutting or head-banging, negative self-talk.

2.2.4. inappropriate sexual talking, touching or behaviours

3. Academic

3.1. The student's behaviour affects academic performance.

3.2. Examples include:

3.2.1. work avoidance

3.2.2. incomplete assignments and tasks

3.2.3. late/truant

3.2.4. difficulties with attention and focus

3.2.5. frequent washroom breaks, physical ailments (requests to go to the nurse's office/home)

3.2.6. socializing during work periods

3.2.7. cheating

4. Non-Compliance and Defiance

4.1. The student does not follow adult requests and/or expectations.

4.2. Examples include:

4.2.1. deliberately breaking classroom/school rules

4.2.2. open refusal to teacher and adult requests

4.2.3. "talking back", sarcasm

4.2.4. arguing with teachers and staff regarding requests and/or expectations.

4.2.5. "bolting" - leaving classroom, school, or school grounds.

4.2.6. not participating in discussions, activities, and tasks.

5. Disruptive Classroom Behaviour

5.1. The student's behaviour Impacts the learning and well-being ofother students, the student themselves, and the teacher's ability to teach.

5.2. Examples include:

5.2.1. calling out

5.2.2. distracting other students during work periods

5.2.3. not staying in seat, sitting inappropriately

5.2.4. inappropriate (silly) comments during discussions and when answering questions

5.2.5. attention-seeking behaviours

5.2.6. explosive behaviour (tantrums, melt-downs)