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Take Away Privileges                            

 

 

Why should I do it:

  • Children can respond well to losing privileges
  • Helps motivate children to follow expectations
  • It is a clear-cut experiential based intervention, hands on so to speak
  • Helps children see a logical connection between their behaviors and consequences
  • Allows children the opportunity to make choices about what will happen
  • Gives children power over outcomes
  • Forces children to take responsibility for their choices and actions

 

When should I do it:

  • Taking away privileges is a very flexible intervention and can be used as a part of your regular discipline system, like with card flips, or in addition to your discipline system and class rules
  • When a student exhibits behavior problems, does not follow directives, is disruptive, does not finish work on time, etc.
  • When students forget assignments and materials
  • When students bully or pick on others
  • When students talk back or are disrespectful
  • Etc.

 

How do I do it:

  • Use a calm and neutral tone in a matter-of-fact way
  • Give the student choices, for example:
    • Billy, you can either stop turning around and talking and complete your work, or you can sit in time out during recess, the choice is yours
  • Clearly state the privilege to be taken away, when it will occur, and for what duration
  • Discuss briefly with the student what they will need to do differently next time to keep their privilege
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