The object of this study is to investigate the impact of behavioural problems on the special needs of pupils and to come up with some teaching strategies well-suited to these needs.
The judgements that teachers make about the special needs of pupils are influenced by their distinctive behavior and movements, the way their attention is distracted and their inability to work in groups.
The successful integration of children with learning difficulties depends less on the gravity of the learning problems and is more influenced by the behaviour of the child. If the child follows the rules of his school, he/she does not trouble the teachers and fellow-students, is keen to participate and exhibits a high level of self-management and concentration while performing his tasks.
This study will focus on the most common problems found in schools: aggressive behaviour, a low level of concentration, emotional problems, etc. Such behaviour is called primary not only because of its frequency, but also because of its consequences on the learning of the student himself and that of his fellow-student.
The methods and strategies that modify behaviour like: the participation of students, the concentration of attention, the management of difficult situations, the cultivation of a good opinion of oneself influence the achievements of the students and the way they use their time at school.