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Using Positive Narration for Behavior
Positive Narration is the act of drawing attention to desired behavior instead of misbehavior. Positive narration reinforces behavior in a constructive, narrative way.
The teacher in this video uses Positive Narration, which encourages the rest of the class to follow by the student’s example. This also serves to encourage the student being showcased to continue to practice the behavior.
Digitability lesson plans develop the teacher’s ability to use verbal formulas consistently and with fidelity to prepare students for today’s workplace expectations.
Here are additional links to help you implement positive narration with fidelity.
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