Tuesday, February 28, 2017
Helping Children Succeed - Reading Together - Discipline and Incentives
"And it suggests that school-discipline programs might be more effective if they were to focus less on imposing punishment and more on creating a classroom environment in which students who lack self-regulatory capacities can find the tools and context they need to develop them."
(page 54, Kindle Edition)
"But researchers are increasingly coming to understand that there are limits to the effectiveness of rewards and punishments in education, and that for young people whose neurological and psychological development has been shaped by intense stress, straightforward reward systems are often especially ineffective."
(page 57, Kindle Edition)
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