| || || Anjali, Gita|
| || || An investigation of disruptive behaviours in Fiji classrooms : a case study of a rural primary school |
Institution: The University of the South Pacific
Award: M.A. Education
Subject: Classroom management | Fiji School children | Fiji | Psychology, Behavior disorders in children | Fiji
Call No.: Pac LB 3013 .34 .F5 A55 2018
Copyright:10-20% of this thesis may be copied without the authors written permission
Abstract: Disruptive behaviour has been a source of concern for schools. Although defining the word behaviour sounds easy, it may be difficult to manage it. Little and Akin-Little (2008) indicated that one of the most challenging portions of a teacher’s role is managing student’s disruptive behaviour. Teachers are often criticised for their inability to teach because of their incompetence to control a pupil or class. Numerous children with disruptive behaviour come from disturbed home environment like absence of fathers in the family, peer pressure and drug use (Mendler, Curwin, & Mendler, 2008). Whilst, Curwin and Mendler (2000) articulated that there are also other aspects such as student boredom.