• 23 July 2024

Positive Reinforcement

Using positivity to manage classroom behavior is a far more effective tool than reacting to negative

situations as they come up. Children respond well to positive reinforcement. When a child misbehaves or

does not follow directions, yelling or using negative language often does little to correct the behavior in the

long run. Teachers can learn positive reinforcement techniques to get children to exhibit appropriate

behaviors, such as using positive phrasing, offering choices, presenting problem-solving opportunities and

creating an environment conducive to the behaviors children are expected to exhibit.


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