4 Steps to Creating Change in Resistant or Challenging Students

4 Steps to Creating Change in Resistant or Challenging Students
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Administrators and teachers can finally engage the misbehaving, disrespectful and low performing student with a conversation that promotes a 'preferred future' rather than going over the problem, again. By using a very different approach in this template, you will lessen resistance, the student will take responsibility for his/her own change and you will rebuild the relationship between you and the student. It's a win/win for all.

This proven strategy often stops the repetitive misbehavior and problems in the common classroom. Based on the book, Counseling Toward Solutions,(2008), Wiley Publishers, by the author of this post.
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