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Should Teachers Give Rewards to Students for Good Behavior? A Psycho-Educational Perspective

Should Teachers Give Rewards to Students for Good Behavior? A Psycho-Educational Perspective

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Teachers of disruptive students like giving rewards because rewards have the potential of winning students' compliance fast. Opponents claim that rewards are ineffective in changing habitually disruptive behaviors. This article brings the psycho-educational perspective to this controversy.
Teachers of disruptive students like giving rewards because rewards have the potential of winning students' compliance fast. Opponents claim that rewards are ineffective in changing habitually disruptive behaviors. This article brings the psycho-educational perspective to this controversy.

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Published by: The Psycho-Educational Teacher on Mar 04, 2011
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