Using the Rule of Three | Teaching Self-Government

Using the Rule of Three

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"Another question I had was, does the rule of 3 start over for each incident?  Are the 3 consequences for staying out of instructional control as relating to the first incident?  I just want to make sure I understand correctly.  So if a child hits his brother, and gets out of instructional control and has the consequences for that earlier in the day, and then later disobeys about something different, the rule of 3 would start over for the later incident, correct?  Consequences aren't cumulative for different offenses, so that because the child got to SODAS with hitting his brothe
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