Oh .. everything that is in our control , we are doing... including tips from psychologistswirebound wrote: ↑Nov 4th, 2016 11:49 amThat's what I'm wondering too! How do you discipline him at home? You call him "naughty" and I'm not sure if its a language thing or not, but in my interpretation, "naughty" is a kind of 'cute' term - like its not a serious issue. Its great if your son is smart, but there's something to be said for being able to interact with other people on a social level and he sounds like he's disruptive to the other kids and the classroom.
If you're in a situation with other kids outside of school and he misbehaves, what do you do about it? Does he listen to you and your wife when you discipline him?
1) Explain him firmly what is acceptable and what is not
2) Making sure he knows consequences
3) Enforcing consequences...time out, stopping TV, Ipad , phone time etc
4) Explaining what are expected behavior at school
He listens and agrees but as time passes by he forget things in that perspective but we make sure we keep reminding him..
It will definitely take time and I am sure as he grows up he will understand things much better...