- Coming to class late.
- Conspiring with peers to do something disruptive.
- Asking questions with the intent of confusing the teacher.
- Discrediting the teacher, just to name a few.
I had another family member that would constantly ask, "What is the difference." And, yet another one that would ask, "Cause, why?"
Danny, an adult at the Dog Park prides himself in being able to create a situation where the other person does not know what they are talking about.
I have heard that it takes all kinds to make a world. However, you cannot be an effective teacher if the person with a Disruptive Behavior Disorder is allowed to act-out in your class. If you cannot stop them. Then have them removed.