The two reasons to rely on consequences as discipline are to teach

The two reasons to rely on consequences as discipline

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The two reasons to rely on consequences as discipline are to teach understanding and/or to enforce __________ while working on the cause of a behavior problem. Question options: ents rewards y limits
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A(n) _____________ guidance approach using consequences looks for ways to make things right again. Question options: tive ve ivist ed Brittany is bossing the other students around in the kitchen center and causing a huge fight. If the teacher removes Brittany and tells her that she has to play somewhere else until she is ready to play with the kids at the kitchen center and not boss them around, which type of consequence is this? Question options: ion n on The authors of the textbook favor the _____________ type of related consequence, since it is one that isn't likely to get mistaken for a punishment. Question options:
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2.5 / 2.5 points A teacher who comments on a student's artwork by saying, "Good work!" is using praise. Which statement below would bea more useful encouragement from the teacher? Question options: our picture! It is beautiful!" proud of how you used the markers today!" u used a lot of colors. Tell me about your picture!" that you used red and green to draw the flowers!" Behavior modification is based primarily on the research of: Question options: .
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Which of the following is NOT a cause for adult stress, sometimes resorting in punishment? Question options: riends arenting resources child with a difficult temperament _____________ is still a commonly used school tradition. Question options: n chart ping t Actions that inflict emotional pain are: Question options: y. ents.
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nces.upon.Punishment can cause children to exhibit all of the following behaviors EXCEPT: Question options: ness. on. y compliance. ntrol.
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