Emotional and Behavioral Disorders - Coggle Diagram
Emotional and Behavioral Disorders
Externalizing Behaviors: have direct or indirect effects on other people
Internalizing Behaviors: Effects that directly affects the student with the disorder
Bipolar Disorder: A disorder that has symptoms of excessive mood swings. People have extreme highs and extreme lows.
Frequent Absences from school
Lowering academic performance as they are growing older
Sometimes, below average intellagance
Aggressive or withdrawn behavior
Angry or Argumantive
Little to no empathy for others
Significant substance abuse
Students have a hard time in the academic settings
Students have trouble with relationships
Stressful living conditions
Family drug or alcohol abuse
Students do not show signs till adolescents
Let students believe that they have some control of their circumstances
Let them feel they thier disability is not in control but instead they are controlling it.
Let students not feel like they have to win all the time.
Show interest in students well being and personal growth
Show students that you care by asking about personal interest's
Teachers showing that they care will help students be motivated.
Teach students basic skills like reading and math
They might not get these skills at home so it is important to teach them
Work with special needs educators
Alert for students who are contemplating suicide
Sudden withdrawn from social relationships
Disregard for personal appearance or hygiene
Sudden and dramatic personality changes
Clear or hidden threats
Actions that indicate ending ones life.
As teachers seek help from other people in the school if there is any possibility