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What is aggression and how should it be addressed in the classroom? In your answer, delineate the various types of aggression and identify those which are most worrisome in development. Also, identify behaviors which are often mistaken for aggression, but which are not. Propose at least two classroom strategies for addressing aggressive behavior, each reflecting a different theoretical perspective.
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Suggested Responses: Students should define aggression as any physical or verbal behavior which is intended to harm or threaten another. They should accurately distinguish among: reactive, proactive, instrumental and bullying aggression. Aggression should also be distinguished from teasing, rough and tumble play, assertiveness, or conflict. The student should discuss two different classroom strategies to address problems of aggression - each reflecting a different theoretical perspective (e.g., a modeling strategy from the behaviorist theory and a reading social cues strategy from the cognitive developmental theory).
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