Different Signs Of Classroom Fatigue
In a classroom of students, you may notice different signs of early morning fatigue. You may notice that students have to be cued and gently reminded to get back on task.
Some children have unique demonstrations of fatigue. Some children may have the obvious sign of lying their head on their desk or laying down on the carpet, while others might turn their body away from the teacher or tap their neighbors arm. Other unique signs might be for a child to somersault across the carpet to play with toys away from others.
Although some behaviors are more obvious than others, the frequency and duration of off-task behavior is relatively in keeping with same age peers.
A star system use in collaboration with parents can be helpful to keep sleepy students on task!
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