T is for Troublemaker

November 2012
Scholastic Parent & Child;Nov2012, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p30
The article offers tips on what parents can do for their children who start trouble in school. Parents or guardians are suggested to get information on the defiant behavior of their children from teachers or school psychologists. They are advised to consider all factors that may lead to the disruptive behavior of the children. They are also recommended to stay open to the feedback of teachers. INSET: When Bad Behaviour is Something More.


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