Reinforcing the positive

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We need to frequently observe, encourage and reward children’s disciplined behavior. Reinforcement is a strategy that is effective across a wide array of behaviors and contexts and should be used frequently! Reinforcement can be used for any positive behaviors that you want to see more often. Differential attention is a great way to replace mild negative behaviors such as whining and complaining with appropriate behaviors such as persistence and independence. A more formal reinforcement system can be used for behaviors that are more difficult to change.The following is a list of attributes which would be kept in mind for the assessment of ‘Positive Learning Behaviour’.

Positive Attributes which must be appreciated whole-heartedly in our students

  • Language Protection
  • Politeness
  • Respect for Elders
  • Cleanliness
  • Uniform Turnout
  • Compatibility With Peer Group
  • Shouldering Responsibility
  • Leadership Qualities
  • Empathy Towards Others
  • Obeying School Rules And Regulations
  • Punctuality
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