digitability-program-logo-vector Evidence-based Practices: Positive Reinforcement

Evidence-based Practices: Positive Reinforcement

Positive reinforcement is used to strengthen a behavior by delivering an immediate consequence each time that behavior is displayed.

While implementing Digitability's award-winning, work-ready program, the teacher in this video below is using Positive Reinforcement to consistently reward prompted behavior: Participation.

In the Digitability Classroom Social Economy, teacher use the scripted language formulas embedded in our lesson plans to deliver a variety of evidence-based practices.

Student earn a Digitability's virtual currency that is then used to practice paying bills and purchasing rewards.

All teachers receive 1:1 coaching from Digitability's Implementation Coaches during their implementation of Digitability.

At every stage of the Digitability lesson, and throughout the entire school day, Digitability trained teachers are using positive reinforcement and increasing  student motivation and their ability to attend to a given task.

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