Education is a natural material for the positive feedback. It is obvious that education aids education in the same way and understanding aids understanding. It has, however, been a trend for years to spoil this process. I refer to the disruptive student can prevent education the rest of the class with inappropriate behavior that distracts other students and teachers waste time in an effort to control it.
This disorder is itself the subject of positive feedback where misbehavior can spread to other students who are, as it were, infected with the opportunity to create mayhem.
Feedback loops of this kind are often referred to as a vicious circle or situation out of control. Such problems are met in science and engineering as it is important to manage the situation to be stable. Various methods are available for this purpose and they are considered here as a trigger for a brainstorming session.
methods can be described as a list of eight topics. The first of these is saturation, which in this context means to limit the impact of a disruptive student. Defining the needs of such students and pleasing them is obviously necessary provided it does not encourage more harmful behavior to seek further attention at the expense of other students. Examples of saturation could contract with the student to be allowed a certain number of interrupts the lesson – subject to more draconian sanctions if not respected. Short of cutting off the effect completely, by understanding the student in another room, the other option is to use a computer program, perhaps with headphones to restrict information to individual students and subsequently reduce disruption to other students.
The third method known as open loop to control reactions reach and increase the initial impact. This could be a situation where disruptive student encourages others to be disruptive. The clear answer is to separate them sufficiently to isolate the behavior. While complete isolation can be difficult still lower profits loop to achieve some reduction in the problem.
The effect could be delayed by the attention of the student in any of more interest to them so as to delay the aggression. It could also be delayed by having them discuss their behavior with an intermediary.
Externalities would look principals who commands enough power to maintain discipline, or in extreme cases, a number of authorities such as police officer, or someone with this authority. A CCTV monitor could have the same effect.
Changes in rates is required as many would argue that there have been cases where the rights of individual students is greater than that of the rest put together. It seems to come from those in power, with no experience of teaching environment, providing behavior is considered acceptable. Declaration of human rights is a factor that excessive regulation has been added. It’s time to reassess the effects of those in authority.
A negative feedback loop is one that eliminates the deviation from the norm. In science and engineering error is detected and correction of these mistakes again given input which behavior is acceptable. Effects invited students could be a factor here, not only by perhaps encourage disruptive student but also on the basis of penalties that children are sometimes adept at hiring.
This has been just a few thoughts on the theme, but storming based on such a list should offer many more topics to be discussed.