ECE 111 – Special Needs Presented by: Dee Nazzaro Cathie Mouncey

Aggression and Antisocial Behavior

ECE 111 – Special Needs Presented by: Dee Nazzaro Cathie Mouncey Defining Aggression Aggression is any behavior intended to harm another person who is motivated to avoid them. .

.ECE 111 – Special Needs Presented by: Dee Nazzaro Cathie Mouncey Defining Aggression All violent acts are aggressive. but not all aggressive acts are violent.

ECE 111 – Special Needs Presented by: Dee Nazzaro Cathie Mouncey Aggression Aggression can be: Physical and/or Verbal BUT IT MUST BE INTENTIONAL! .

.ECE 111 – Special Needs Presented by: Dee Nazzaro Cathie Mouncey Examples of Aggression A child pushes another child out of the way …. Aggressive. but not violent .

that is also violent .ECE 111 – Special Needs Presented by: Dee Nazzaro Cathie Mouncey Examples of Aggression A child beats another child severely Aggression.

Males are more likely to use physical aggression.ECE 111 – Special Needs Presented by: Dee Nazzaro Cathie Mouncey Gender and Aggression Males are likely to be aggressive without provocation. .

ECE 111 – Special Needs Presented by: Dee Nazzaro Cathie Mouncey Gender and Aggression Females are more likely to engage in relational aggression …intentionally harm someone’s relationship – GOSSIP! .

unenthusiastic and careless. .ECE 111 – Special Needs Presented by: Dee Nazzaro Cathie Mouncey How do these students do in School? Teachers may see these students as uninterested.

are rejected by peers and have poor interpersonal relationships .ECE 111 – Special Needs Presented by: Dee Nazzaro Cathie Mouncey How do these students do in School? Students have poor social skills.

 Spreading rumors .ECE 111 – Special Needs Presented by: Dee Nazzaro Cathie Mouncey Defining Antisocial Behavior Antisocial behavior is not necessarily aggressive.

.ECE 111 – Special Needs Presented by: Dee Nazzaro Cathie Mouncey Defining Antisocial Behavior Antisocial behavior is behavior that damages interpersonal relations.

youtube.ECE 111 – Special Needs Presented by: Dee Nazzaro Cathie Mouncey http://www.com/watch?v=o8 limRtHZPs&feature=related Animal School A eye-opening reflection on how we view children and how we teach children in our current education system .

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