If you want your students to take responsibility for their actions and be motivated to change their behavior, implement logical consequences in your classroom.
- Logical consequences are tied to the student’s rule-breaking behavior. We provide examples and non-examples.
- The goal is for the student to change their behavior and learn from their mistake. Enlist their help to fix the problem, providing suggestions and choice if necessary.
After offering a suggestion for a consequence, ask, “Do you think that’s fair?’ It shows the student that you respect them and care what they think.
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