Describe the steps you would take if a teacher asked you to speak to a child he/

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I’m trying to learn for my Psychology class and I’m stuck. Can you help?

Describe the steps you would take if a teacher asked you to speak to a child he/she considered to be dangerous

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Understanding a child’s psyche is the most difficult thing to do. Parent who tend to spend more time with their children have a better understanding for the behaviour of their child. For example the parent would know if the child is biting his nails when he does that or if he is constantly grinding his teeth what makes him do that.

Having said that, the parents how spend time with their children also knows how to better council their child. There are no fixed of as they say a rule of thumb how to go about it but I believe if a teacher informs the parent about his child being dangerous the following should be done:

1.  Parents should ask the child about his daily activities like what did he do in school today how did he spent his day, who did he have his lunch with at school or who does he go out to play with

2.  Invite his friends over and meet them to see if he is keeping a good company or not.

3.  Discuss issues and case studies on the behavior that the teacher pointed out like for example, “I heard that come child in the neighbors had a fight at school today and he got suspended from school. I hope you are not going through the same phase or not having such friends because that will ruin your future my child” doing so will automatically initiate a change in the child if he is not on the correct path.

4.  Talk, talk, talk and talk no matter what the problem is the child should not feel that he is being ignored or being cornered in the family. More the parents talk to their children the more they groom their personalities

I believe that the best you can do on your personal part if you are informed about your child being a danger 

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