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Classroom consequences

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Find out how this veteran teacher uses anchor charts, books, a FREE download, and other strategies to help deal with tattling in her elementary classroom. You'll see some great wording to use for the chronic tattlers, awesome book ideas, freebies, advice, tips, and more. {preK, Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade approved - also works great for bully prevention, kindness, character education, & more!}

It seems like every day there is an endless stream of students reporting behaviors or incidents that happen in the classroom. On one hand, we want to help our students feel heard and validated so they know we are a safe person for them to talk to. On the other hand, we certainly don't want to feed into the tattle machine. It's a fine line to walk. So how do we handle tattling in our classrooms?

One of the best ways to teach our students to accept responsibility for their mistakes and behavior is to use logical consequences, instead of punishment. Logical consequences are intended to teach students the hows and whys of good decisions, rather than making them sorry for making a bad choice.

One of the best ways to teach our students to accept responsibility for their mistakes and behavior is to use logical consequences, instead of punishment. Logical consequences are intended to teach students the hows and whys of good decisions, rather than making them sorry for making a bad choice.

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Logical consequences are a great way for to stop negative behaviors in the classroom. This freebie is part of a blog post on How to Improve Classroom Management by Doing LESS! - Young Teacher Love by Kristine Nannini

Logical consequences are a great way for to stop negative behaviors in the classroom. This freebie is part of a blog post on How to Improve Classroom Management by Doing LESS! - Young Teacher Love by Kristine Nannini

Rewards and consequences are a critical component of behavior contracts. They can help determine the success or failure of the contract inside and outside of the classroom. This blog post goes through all the details you need to know! Click through to learn more for your Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade classroom. Also great for special education teachers!!

Most teachers are not big believers in using extrinsic rewards inside the classroom. The end goal as a teacher is to create self-motivated learners who are productive members of society. Using extrinsic rewards seem to work against what is trying to be accomplished. However, using the same tactics over and over again expecting different results will not work for anyone involved.

Classroom Rules and Consequences – Continually Learning

Classroom management consists of many things. Mainly, management revolves around classroom procedures. Another important aspect of classroom management is rules. Now, rules in the classroom…