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Using Logical Consequences in the Classroom: Definition & Examples

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What is the primary goal of logical consequences?

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1. Which of the following consequences is an example of allowing students to solve the problems they create?

2. Which of the following is an example of losing privileges as a logical consequence?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz and worksheet offers an evaluation of your knowledge of what logical consequences refers to in a classroom. You'll review your understanding of common techniques and strategies used with this approach as well.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz and worksheet tests what you know about:

  • The primary goal of logical consequences
  • Examples of allowing students to solve problems they create
  • Identifying appropriate examples of losing privileges
  • Describing a time-out

Skills Practiced

  • Interpreting information - verify that you read and were able to correctly interpret good examples of allowing students to solve problems they create
  • Information recall - see if you remember how to describe a time-out
  • Knowledge application - use what you know about logical consequences to answer a question about appropriate disciplinary measures

Additional Learning

You will find a full overview of this topic in the lesson, Using Logical Consequences in the Classroom: Definition & Examples. This lesson takes a closer look at:

  • Defining logical consequences
  • The categories of logical consequences
  • Associating loss of privileges with the negative behavior
  • When a time-out is appropriate
  • What to remember about time-outs
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