Although some may seem annoying, they are essential in establishing an orderly system where students, teachers, and staff members can be safe and cooperate.
Grades PreK—K, 1—2, 3—5, 6—8 Despite all your proactive strategies to prevent misbehaviorstudents will break the rules. They will forget, become unsure, and test limits.
Be ready to follow up with logical consequences. They help students regain self-control, reflect on their mistakes, and make amends for them. Logical consequences should be respectful of the student, relevant to the situation, and reasonable in scale.
Here are three types to consider: You break it, you fix it can be used to mend emotional messes as well as physical messes.
A child can rebuild a block tower after accidentally knocking it over. A student can repair hurt feelings with an apology of action. An apology of action may be doing something to soothe the injury, such as drawing a picture or playing a game.
Temporary loss of privilege is a simple way to help a student remember to use that privilege art materials, recess, group time responsibly. Losing a privilege for a class period or a day can help a child pause to remember or relearn a rule.
Time-out or "take a break" is a strategy to help students learn self-control. A student who is disrupting the work of the group is asked to leave for a few minutes.
Give the student a chance to regain composure and rejoin the group on his or her own.
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