Which have you seen to be the most effective and in what grade?
I am on the lookout for new ideas with rewards and consequences. I know some classrooms do a money system where they get paid for certain things and then get fines as consequences but I don’t like “paying” or giving some kind of tangible reward to students for doing something they should already be doing. But I also think rewards can be a great motivater which is why I want to hear all of your thoughts!
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- teachinginthemiddle answered: i give out peppermints when kids do exceptionally well. they love them for some reason. i take away recess for consequences.
- msformel answered: I teach kinder & have “jewel points.” Little ones for individuals, big ones for tables. The table with the most on Friday is my lunch bunch.
- mrskaaay answered: We do a points-based system. The points are not redeemable for anything,they just exist for bragging rights. 7th graders LOVE to brag :)
- takenbythesky answered: You could offer intangible rewards like lunch with you, sit wherever they want for a day, or wear a special necklace/hat for the day.
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