Tag: positive reinforcement

Article Feb, 2018

How Superintendents Can Set Benchmarks to Fuel Student Achievement

Which strategies should superintendents consider when setting education benchmarks in their districts to track progress toward student achievement?

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October, 2016

Improving school culture with positive reinforcement tools

Motivating students to portray positive behavior isn’t an easy feat educators face in the K-12 classroom. In fact, a recent report published by Scholastic and The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation summarized results from a survey taken by more than 10,000 public school teachers. The report revealed that 62 percent of teachers say that behavior […]

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February 21, 2018

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December, 2016

How to Celebrate Inclusive Schools Week 2016

Next week is an exceptional week known as Inclusive Schools Week. This amazing week is sponsored by the Inclusive Schools Network (ISN), and it celebrates the progress that schools have made in providing supportive and quality education to students with disabilities, low socio-economic status, English not as their first language, and more.

April, 2016

100 Unique and Free Ideas for Rewards in the Classroom

Teachers are often looking for ways to use positive reinforcement in the classroom to keep their students motivated, focused, and teach them the valuable lesson of goal setting and achievement. They don’t however have the budget to pay for the tools to manage these effective programs, and often times are left using their own money for the actual rewards they hand out to their students. We took a poll of over 500 teachers in various states who are effectively using positive reinforcement in their classrooms and asked them what types of free rewards they find to be the most effective for their students. We got some really creative answers and wanted to share a full list of these ideas with you.

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