Maladaptive behaviour can be brought under control. A child may be regarded as maladjusted when he is developing in ways that have a bad effect on himself or his fellows and cannot without help being remedied by his parents or teachers and other adults in ordinary contract with them. This paper, therefore spelt out some ways of using the knowledge of educational psychology to identify and remedy maladaptive behaviours in the classroom, with a view to making teaching and learning easy and interesting for the teacher and the students.
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