Strategies for Managing Defiance and Non-Compliance
Students who are defiant or non-compliant can be among the most challenging to teach. They can frequently interrupt instruction, often do poorly academically, and may show little motivation to learn. There are no magic strategies for managing the behaviors of defiant students. However, research shows that certain techniques tend to work best with these children and youth.
This issue of The Practical Teacher provides strategies and interventions for managing defiant or non-compliant students.
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