She Was Tardy All the Time!

Date: January 11th, 2020

Consequences need to make sense, student by student.

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If I Destroyed the Bulletin Board…

Date: January 8th, 2020

A logical consequence when a child destroys a bulletin board is to have that child give back to the school’s community, on his/her time!

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Kid Likes to Run Out of the Room?

Date: December 28th, 2019

What are you doing with the kid who likes to run out of the room?

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Don’t Reward Attention-Seeking Room Trashing

Date: December 25th, 2019

I’ve seen kids trash a classroom because they know they’ll be able to go talk to the counselor.

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Here’s a Great Consequence for Violating Acceptable Use Policy!

Date: December 11th, 2019

Here’s a great example of a consequence for when a kid violates the Acceptable Use Policy.

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Good Consequences Are Connected to the ‘Offense’

Date: October 30th, 2019

For interventions to really work they need to provide consequences for a child’s actions.

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What Do You Do When Your Consequence Backfires?

Date: September 11th, 2019

When a consequence backfires, that actually gives you a lot of useful information.

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How Many Times Do I Have to Say NO!!!

Date: August 24th, 2019

“I told the child no don’t do that, then I kept him in for recess, then I gave him a detention…”

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The Way I Do Lunch Detention

Date: June 22nd, 2019

Lunch detentions can be easier than you think. This is how and why I use them.

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Taking Back Control When Behavior Goes TOO FAR!

Date: June 16th, 2019

With a kid who exhibits Tier 3 behavior, ALL the adults need to be on the same page, ALL the time, with a protocol in place that EVERYBODY follows.

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