I am a preschool principal, I have a 5 year-old child who has problems. He has been with us since he was 4 (we have used many ways to discipline him but it doesn't work). He is able to communicate very well verbally, able to learn but is only interested in selective lessons. Most of the time he is uncooperative in class, refuses to write (actually he can write), wandering walking away from his class, to another class or area. Is this a behavioral issue? He does not have any learning disabilities, in fact, he is quite a smart child. But he is very inattentive and non-compliant. Because of this, it has affected his performance. What should the teacher do?
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