he agrees to use them correctly. This is an example of what kind of consequence? Question options: If a child is building a tower that is not sturdy and an adult does not intervene but instead lets the child build until the tower collapses, the adult is allowing the child to learn from a/an __________ consequence. Question options: Consequences that are imposed through adult power are: Question options: Reed knocked over Blake's block tower. The next day, Blake knocked over Reed's block tower. Their teacher didn't
intervene because she believes in __________ as a type of consequence. Question options: Shondra lost her recess time because she forgot her homework. This is an example of: Question options: uence. __________ provide effective and immediate results compatible with long-term, positive outcomes. Question options: Julia wanted to paint with Casey, but Casey had just arrived at school and she was grumpy and tired. Julia continued to irritate Casey about painting, even calling her names, until Mrs. Kirkland removed Julia from Casey and explained to
Julia that she could not go near Casey until Julia could speakkindly and be respectful of Casey. Mrs. Kirkland is using:Question options:__________ banishes the child from all activities and all of thechildren in the group.Question options:Related consequences must be selected carefully: they mustmatter to teachers and they must: Question options: d's dignity so they will learn. f of the problem. ild to step away from his/her own needs. dge the pros and cons of certain behavior.
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