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    A student gets up in the middle of a math lesson and walks to the computers located in the back of the classroom. The teacher stops the math lesson and redirects the student back to their seat. The student immediately becomes defiant, hides under a table, screaming, "NO!" Determine an appropriate strategy(s) for a resolution to the conflict. How should the teacher manage the situation with the student and the classroom environment?

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    Welcome again! Please rate 5/5 for my notes and references.

    I have used choices and discipline models from Love and Logic (feel free to Google it) to address situations like this one. I would typically keep the others working independently to avoid the classroom reacting to the drama with the student. After counting to 10 silently myself to ensure that I am not in an agitated mood, I then casually and calmly walk over to the defiant student and in a soft but firm voice ...

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    200 words of notes and one reference are integrated to address a classroom management scenario using a proactive, student-centered management approach.