Sarah’s behavior is disruptive to the classroom in two ways. First, by moving around the classroom she is taking students’ attention from the focal point of learning. Secondly, Sarah has leadership qualities, which is why students imitate her behavior. Her behavior, thus, has an impact on the classroom environment because Sarah is an extrovert. However, in third grade, social skills, as to know when it is time to socialize, and when it is time to concentrate on the work at hand needs to be inculcated.
The antecedent to Sarah’s behavior is usually during the part of the ...