In order to reduce student behavior issues, teachers should have their behavior management plans in place; because they will act as a guiding tool that will enable them solve behavior issues among their students. They should then implement their plans consistently as this will ensure that their will achieve their goals. Students will react differently to new plans but then teachers should expect this and device mechanisms that will aid them handle the different reactions they will receive from learners.
Consistency will mean that learners will be exposed to this behavior management plan and over time, they will get used to it. Physical educators of P- 12 will have to use various tips and techniques that will ensure they achieve their goals. In fact, it calls on them understanding the needs of their learners and how to approach them. Failure to do so will lead to mixed and confusing reactions that may make them feel they have not achieved their intended goals. When students offer resistance and try to tempt the teacher, it is imperative that the teacher and this is when consistency is required.
Betchel, P. A., Stevens, L. A. & Brett, C. E. W. Tips for Dealing with Behavior Management Issues. PDF File