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Posted on November 12, 2022 10:34 pm
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uHuGuh
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Incentives
What do you find is the best incentives system? I am trying to find a new approach at rewarding good behavior.
 
     
     
 
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Posted November 28, 2022 9:01 pm

yTasyn
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A classroom incentive that works in my classroom are tickets. When a student is working hard, listening to directions etc.. you give them a ticket- Its their job to hold on to their tickets and every two weeks we have a classroom sale. In the sale students can "buy" little things such as popits, pencils, stickers and or write with a pen for a day, wear a hat in class
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Solution 2
Posted December 2, 2022 12:55 pm

uJaveB
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I think it depends on how you want to incentivize individuals and/or the class as a whole. For individuals, you could use fake money, pass it out to the kids for being on task, helping others, doing what they are supposed to without being told, etc. Within the room, you can have an incentive store: crazy erasers, sheets of stickers, fidget items, homework passes, etc. Students can use their "bucks" to purchase items. For the class, if they meet certain requirements or benchmarks, you could have class outside, movie & popcorn day, or have an activity where kids are making/using food in class. Find out what your kids like, dislikes, and see it is that motivates them academically and socially.
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