This study is a descriptive/case study investigating the strategies that teachers used to deal with the misbehavior in terms of both students and teachers’ perspectives. The data was obtained by various techniques such as critical incident, observation, interviews and personal information forms which were conducted on teachers and students. One of the participant teachers was female and four of them were male. Three teachers were teaching fourth grade and two teachers were teaching fifth grade. The participant students consisted of 75 girls and 97 boys (fourth grade and fifth grade). The results can be summarized as in the following; the teachers found strategies dealing with misbehaviors positive as preventive and repairing, whereas students determined their teachers’ behaviors as punishing, threatening, and unfair. During the classroom observations, the most common strategies used by the teachers were verbal warning (shouting), ignoring, warning by gestures, dressing down and threatening.
Classroom Management, Misbehaviors, Deal with Misbehaviors
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