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As a person who is in an educational institution, especially Vocational High School which in fact his students are men facing students "naughty" is a common thing. Starting from students who are often late or skipping school, not doing assignments / homework, noisy in class, snack time during classes, no prayers, and many other "delinquency" examples that students often do. Those things do indeed test our patience. It takes patience and high endurance.

Actually is there really a child labeled "naughty"? The author himself does not agree when there are students who are labeled "naughty". Moreover, not a few teachers who label "naughty" if he feels unable to control his students. On the other side the size of "naughty" each teacher is different. Some teachers will consider their students to be "naughty" if their students do not do homework, other teachers think students who often skip school are "naughty" students, others think students who are noisy while learning are "naughty" students.

I think there is no such thing as a "naughty" student, that is;
Students who are identity crisis. Biological and sociological changes in adolescence allow for two forms of integration. First, the formation of a feeling of consistency in life. Second, the achievement of role identity. Student misbehavior occurs because students fail to achieve a second integration period.
Students who have weak self-control. Students who can not learn and distinguish acceptable behavior from unacceptable ones will be dragged into the "naughty" behavior. Likewise for those who already know the difference between the two behaviors, but can not develop self-control to behave in accordance with his knowledge.
Students who lack parental affection. Parents who are too busy with work cause less attention to their children. Not introduce and teach the norms of religion to his son. As a result he will often skip school or late. While at school he will berulah all sorts to get the attention of others, including the teacher.
Students who both parents are not harmois or even divorced. The uncomfortable atmosphere in the home will cause the child to focus less during lessons. Both parents who should protect and set a good example would be the root cause of his son.
Students who become "victims" from relatives or friends sepermainannya. This type of child will do the same for the other child because he is a 'victim' and seeks revenge.
Students who are under pressure from parents. This pressure can be a parent's demands that are too high for the prstasinya children in school or regulations in the house that is too tight / curb. As a result can be various, students can be quiet but also can "naughty" because they want to be free.
Students who experience violence in the family environment. This is caused by several factors, including economic problems. Students who experience violence at home, then when in school he will show a rebellious attitude to his teacher or even do kekersaan like what he experienced.
The wrong student associates. The environment is very influential on the development of student attitudes. Improper association or wrong deviation can lead to deviant behavior.

These are some of the reasons why students behave "misbehaving" while at school. When we know the background of our student problem, we will feel pity and pity. Therefore let's as educators start to stop negative labels to students.

Some of the tips below we can try to overcome the behavior of students who "naughty", is
1. Pray for the child. Say his name every time we pray. Hoping that what we ask will be granted by God and when we face it God gives us patience. Rest assured he will change, because that belief is a prayer. He must change, whether it's tomorrow, the day after tomorrow, or anytime.
2. Look for complete info about students who are considered "naughty". The goal is that we better understand the background. Hope we will be more patient and understanding in dealing with his behavior.
3. Stop a greeting or a "naughty" label on the student. We know that speech is a prayer. If we say a word naughty, indirectly we pray for him to be naughty. Say good things to him, no matter how his behavior and his words.
4. Call him to BK or mosque. Invite him to speak in private and from heart to heart. Ask the student about his or her wish, the problem, or because he or she is "misbehaving." With this we become more knowledgeable about him and the problems he is facing. In the end, give him solutions, motivation and direction.
5. Examine him with a sense of responsibility. This can be done with us giving him confidence. Example: being a muezzin, collecting classroom cash, helping us recap the savings book, or by involving him in OSIS and ROIS activities (though he is not a student of OSIS and ROIS). This will make him feel needed and cared for. The ultimate goal is to let him know where his rights and responsibilities / responsibilities are as a student.
6. If the student is doing "naughty". So, slow down slowly and do not be yelled at or scolded. Because students of this type will not change when scolded. They need to be approached, cared for, and invited to discuss, and give them motivation to change for the better. Tell them "I'm sure you can do better than you are now". "I would be proud if you could be better than you are now".

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7. If the student is doing "naughty". Do not be given corporal punishment, such as push ups, set ups, or squatting roads. Because, it will actually cause a sense of resentment and soul against / disobey the students. But give him punishments such as dhuaha prayer or reciting the Qur'an.
8. Make an appointment if the student is doing "mischievous". Record with HP and have her promise not to repeat her actions. When he repeats, call the student and play the recording.
9. Give him a choice. Doing good consequences or doing "bad" consequences is bad.
10. If the student is doing good. So praise him. Our praise will make him feel that his efforts are respected and cared for by others

That's a little tips from the author. Hope can benefit. The principle is that no student is "naughty". There are students who are less attentive and sociable. Believe me they can change. That change can happen when it starts with a strategy using a liver approach. Could be through our hands, or maybe someone else's hand. Hopefully useful and good luck.

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