I'm hopefully going to train my children to be silent pseudo-ninja omnivores with a knack for hacking and d&d. If they don't turn out this way, I'll probably blame it on genetics.
In all seriousness though, I'd rather children found out about consequences from outside, real world devices- like bumping into bullies or not looking where your going. Allowing children to be injured, instead of protecting them from all harm, is very important to me. One article which describes this perfectly is: