Different Methods Of Studying Children's Behaviour In The Classroom

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Systematically, classroom ia s quantitative method of measuring classrooms behaviours from direct or observations that specifies both events and behaviours that be observed when studying children's behaviour in the classrooms.
Generally, the collection from this procedures focuses on the frequency with which specific behaviours or method of behaviours used in occurred in the classrooms and measures their duration and understanding.


There are several methods of studying children behaviours in the classroom which are this:

  1. Demonstration Method Of Studying Children's Behaviour In The Classroom:
    This is a method that involves the use of studying children in the entire class. Generally, demonstration Method stimulates the interest among pupils especially as the entire class members are actually involved in watching the teaching and asking questions on same points to clarify them, and then the child will have the interest in studying.
  1. Group Method: This refers to when a child is presented to the section of studying in the class and his/her will have the opportunity to interact with others and gain more from them when learning in the classroom.


  1. Play-Way Method: this is to use a play method to teach a child and the ability of using social life with the child when studying in the classroom.

  2. Story Telling Method: this is a method used to a child in studying the attitude and decision through communication with skills when behaving in the classrooms.

  3. Picture Method: This the act of showing the child pictures, when learning and studying in the classroom from then the child's behavior will show.

  4. Singing Method: By singing Method, in the classroom, the child will have the interest in studying by then you will know his/her behavior in the classrooms.

Observation provides the insight into children's strengths, challenges,interest, developmental abilities, temperament, and problem solving skills.
Observation and reflection by teachers and families together contribute to a strong learning environment and form the basis for curriculum development. If children's behaviour signal problems that concerned adults may be able to alleviate, then further investigation in other setting.


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