Schools In India Can Implement Positive Behavioural Interventions And Support?


In India, the teachers make use of ‘punishment system’ to control the student’s behaviour and to discipline them. In psychology, punishment is defined as anything that decreases the occurrence of a particular behaviour or activities and invokes fear.

Over the years, many researchers have found that canning the children, asking to kneel on concrete stones, forcing to walk on knees etc, could trigger anger, anxiety, humiliation, injury, pain and many other psychological effects in children.

However, India promotes corporal punishment after many unpleasant incidents. Researches show that aiming at positively reinforcing specific desired behaviour can support students to be more successful. The basic expectation is the adaptation of ways teachers can fix to help students alter behaviour.

 But why can’t India encourage Positive Behavioural Interventions And Support?

 PBIS is a process of constructing a proactive environment in the school community to improve the behaviour of students. The proactive strategy showcases the behavioural structure necessary for the students to acquire social, emotional and academic fulfilment.

The impliable school values and reliable healthy patterns along with teachers skilled to maintain positive classroom culture enclosed with positive behaviour intervention that insists on students to succeed, by adopting this – teachers can understand their students by helping them to cope up with their needs.

If you’re curious to know, how Positive Behavioural Interventions And Support  works check this out:

Today more than 160 countries around the world have adapted this. As of 2019 records, the USA has implemented the programme over 27,000 schools. Most of the school have found it effective – reduced disruptive behaviour problems and it directs setbacks with an application of behavioural, social learning and organisational behavioural principles.

PS: If you’ve come across any techniques, strategies or a system implemented in schools by other countries. Comment below!

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