Joby pushes Becky down on the playground and she skins her knee. What would be an appropriate consequence?Question options:stand on the fence for the rest of recess.hould be called to come and pick him up.spend the rest of his recess helping Becky take care of her knee.have to walk laps around the playground.Piaget used the term __________ to mean consequences.Question options:If a child accidentally hurts another child and the teacher has him help the other child get ice or a Band-Aid so that he can see the results of his carelessness, this is a form of:Question options:
ent.Which of these is an appropriateexample of a teacher doing to a child what a child has done?Question options:another student, so the teacher hits him.es to help clean up his table when asked by the teacher, so <br /> later when he asks for help cleaning up his center so that he caacher will not help him.hes over and eats another student's cookie, so the teacher <br /> eats that child's lunch.ading a book when the teacher is teaching, so later when <br /> the child is trying to ask for help the teacher acts as if she doesn'tWhen Billy accidentally trips Jenny on the playground, Jenny skins her knee. Mrs. Kelly sends Billy to help Jenny clean up her knee. Mrs. Kelly is giving Billy a __________ consequence.Question options:__________ consequences are directly tied to a behavior and help youngsters reflect on how their actions affect others.Question options:
Kelly is making Sam cry by drawing on Sam's artwork. Sam and his teacher, Mr. White, have discussed the problem with Kelly, but she refuses to stop. What should Mr. White do?Question options:e cannot use the markers until she is ready to respect other's artwork.continue giving Kelly "I messages" until she stops the behavior.o time out for five minutes and make her apologize when she returns to the table.ren work out the problem themselves as long as they are not hitting.