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CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT
Learning with a Logical Consequence

Submitted by: I Love That Teaching Idea! Staff
From: SLC, Utah
Date Submitted: July 28, 2001

When a student deliberately does something in my classroom that may harm another students, a consequence I like to apply to the situation is to have that student write a report about the dangers of that harmful activity. For example, if I have a student who is shooting rubber bands at another student, I will have him/her miss free time or another special activity and write a report on that subject. Then, to take this another step further, I arrange with a lower grade teacher to have my student take a few minutes in their classroom to share his/her report to the younger students on why we shouldn't shoot rubber bands. (or whatever misbehavior happened) I rarely have the same problem happen again in the future!

     
 

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