Logical consequences

Learn how to effectively implement logical consequences as a discipline strategy. Discover techniques to help children understand the connection between their actions and the consequences that follow.
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We look at the three main types of logical consequences, the teacher's role, and how to teach them over five days in meaningful ways.

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Katelynn Winter
Madison | Falling for 1st on Instagram: "Let’s talk logical consequences! One of my goals this year is to be consistent and fair when it comes to classroom management, so I made this visual to help keep my students and I accountable! Logical consequences should be related, respectful, and reasonable. For example, if a student is constantly distracting classmates during centers then they might lose the privilege of working in a group. Or if a student is misusing their scissors, they will no longer get to use them until they can show respect for their supplies. Responsive classroom techniques and think sheets have improved my classroom management SO much! You can grab this poster and the accompanying think sheet in my TPT store 😊" Anchor Charts, Instagram, Behavior Management Chart, Classroom Consequences, Behaviour Management, Consequence Chart, Logical Consequences, Positive Learning, Think Sheets

Madison | Falling for 1st on Instagram: "Let’s talk logical consequences! One of my goals this year is to be consistent and fair when it comes to classroom management, so I made this visual to help keep my students and I accountable! Logical consequences should be related, respectful, and reasonable. For example, if a student is constantly distracting classmates during centers then they might lose the privilege of working in a group. Or if a student is misusing their scissors, they will no…

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Lisa
Organisation, Pre K, Federal, Behavior Interventions, Classroom Behavior Management, Behavior Charts, Behaviour Management, Consequence Chart, Teaching Tips

I talk quite a bit about classroom management on my blog. I have to be honest here. I have tried so many different things. I have tried the clip chart, I have tried check marks, I have tried the “flip the card”. NONE of them work for me. The book Dream Class really changed my thoughts on...

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Heather Greene
♡ Ms. Poquette ♡ on Instagram: "Logical consequences are one of my favorite things to keep consistent with my kiddos all year! #Teachergram #teacherspayteachers #teachertribe #teacherlife #teachersofinstagram #teachersofig #teachersoninstagram #teacherootd #teachersfollowteachers #firstyearteacher #teachertips #teacherhacks"

♡ Ms. Poquette ♡ on Instagram: "Logical consequences are one of my favorite things to keep consistent with my kiddos all year! #Teachergram #teacherspayteachers #teachertribe #teacherlife #teachersofinstagram #teachersofig #teachersoninstagram #teacherootd #teachersfollowteachers #firstyearteacher #teachertips #teacherhacks"

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Pamela Miller