Talk to any teacher and you’ll find even in the most well-behaved classes there were at least one or two students that caused real problems.
The disruptive student isn’t usually a bully. He or she may be very talkative, play around in class, or interrupt when others are speaking. As a matter-of-fact, at times he or she may even exhibit exemplary behavior. The problem is this student keeps others in class from learning by constantly causing distractions during instruction. Read more