Evidence-based Practices: Positive Reinforcement
Positive reinforcement is used to strengthen a behavior by delivering an immediate consequence each time that behavior is displayed.
The teacher in this video will use Positive Reinforcement to consistently reward expected behavior. This teacher uses positive reinforcement, as well as other evidence-based practices in Digitability's Classroom Social Economy. All Digitability teachers are supported in their implementation through 1:1 coaching.
At every stage of the lesson, and throughout the entire school day, the teacher uses positive reinforcement by giving out participation dollars immediately after a desired behavior is displayed. This increases student motivation and their ability to attend to a given task.
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