Your Students Behavior Isn't Yours To Manage June 2, 2020
It’s not your behavior.  It’s your student’s behavior.  Your job is to help your student learn how to handle his/her own behavior.  Without good problem solving skills, it’s very tricky for any of us to handle our own behavior.

Reinforce the behaviors you would like to see increase.  Like a garden, “water the behaviors you’d like to grow.”  Reward good behavior and it will replace the bad.
When safety is not an issue, ignore the behavior you would like to decrease.  Allow natural consequences to take effect.
Avoid situations that provoke behaviors you are trying to reduce.  Structure the environment; use cues for positive behaviors.  Plan rest periods.  Redirect the person rather than challenging them.  Seek professional help sooner than later.