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YOUR TURN: How do you provide positive reinforcement? (Discussion & Giveaway)

It’s time for our first YOUR TURN post, where we share a “quote for thought” and ask you to share your best tips and expertise with our readers. Add your comment, and you’re automatically entered for a chance to win the book quoted below!

positive reinforcement quote by Lynn Cannon

Positive reinforcement is key to keeping students motivated , engaged, and ready to build on their successes. What strategies do you use in your classroom to ensure that you’re giving your students enough positive feedback? Have you ever tried a strategy that didn’t work so well? Do your students respond better to verbal feedback or tangible motivators like sticker charts?

978-1-59857-203-2Let’s discuss!

Add a comment below, and you could win a copy of the book quoted above, Unstuck & On Target! (a great resource for helping kids develop two critical executive function skills, flexibility and goal-setting). We’ll announce the winner right here on the blog on Tuesday, May 19.

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