0000057683 00000 n 0000004488 00000 n endstream endobj startxref Using research based 0000006932 00000 n 0000007506 00000 n 0000007734 00000 n 0000002536 00000 n 0000010201 00000 n 0000259544 00000 n • Negative Reinforcement: … 234 0 obj <> endobj 0000006287 00000 n Educators can use strong classroom management skills to end, or at the very 0000113531 00000 n startxref 0000003650 00000 n 0000002020 00000 n Q�hl�P T$�P�f E2>4�xA�� xB�e`y�Hk �&X�,� �s&-�oLb�Y�ϙ�3��:�Y�B^1�0[3}c����)����S؊�[���2. 1046 0 obj <>stream Positive reinforcement can be a bit more of a challenge for teachers to use because what is reinforcing to a certain person may not be reinforcing to someone else. 0000006961 00000 n 268 0 obj <>stream 0000212709 00000 n Reinforcement refers to “a stimulus which follows and is contingent upon a behavior and increases the probability of a behavior being repeated” (Smith, 2017).The simplest way of conceptualizing positive reinforcement is that something pleasant is ‘added’ when a specific action is performed (Cherry, 2018). 0000011721 00000 n 0000001202 00000 n xref children rebellious (“Positive reinforcement in the classroom,” 2015). %PDF-1.5 %���� %%EOF 0000004540 00000 n An example of positive reinforcement is providing a sticker to a student once they’ve completed an assignment. • Positive Reinforcement: Adding something pleasant or desirable (e.g., toy, food, attention) to make a target behavior more likely to occur. 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Purpose: The purpose in any classroom is to have every student receive maximum educational opportunities; this is emphasized in a classroom which practices positive reinforcement techniques (Marian, í ô). 0000005640 00000 n 0000212968 00000 n 0000005384 00000 n 1003 44 0000171147 00000 n The appropriate use of positive reinforcement and behavior modification are important for success in the classroom, as frequent reprimands, low expectations, and infrequent praise often result in students who exhibit challenging behaviors (Morgan, 2006). endstream endobj 235 0 obj <>/Metadata 29 0 R/Outlines 51 0 R/PageLayout/OneColumn/Pages 232 0 R/StructTreeRoot 68 0 R/Type/Catalog>> endobj 236 0 obj <>/ExtGState<>/Font<>/XObject<>>>/Rotate 0/StructParents 0/Type/Page>> endobj 237 0 obj <>stream 0000013152 00000 n Positive Reinforcement in the classroom Despite the fact that reinforcement is a INFORMATION FOR TEACHERS June 2012 very powerful tool to use in terms of managing behaviour in the classroom, there are many teachers at the coalface who report that it doesn’t work. 0 0000171076 00000 n 0000013909 00000 n h�bbd``b`�$� �J �b �� ��+ b��X�@JR@�4��F�Ly $����2�0��1@��H�c`bd ���H��+@� }�D 0000003119 00000 n Instead, using positive reinforcement can motivate a child to make that “good behavior” a habit. 0000004800 00000 n removal from the classroom, fines, in-school and out-of- school suspensions, or expulsions (Garret, 2015). 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