Managing Classrooms With Punishments and Rewards

Published on: June 7, 2011

Filled Under: Early Childhood Radio, Guest Speakers

Views: 2465

According to a recent study, 98 percent of teachers are using punishments and rewards for classroom management, but are they really effective? Isn’t it just manipulation? Should we be taking recess away for misbehavior?

Are there better ways to motivate young students? LISTEN IN to this weeks BAM radio as the speakers explore the difference between classroom management and discipline and look at creative strategies aimed at promoting internal motivation in students.

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3 Responses to Managing Classrooms With Punishments and Rewards

  1. Becky (Bozicevich) deWidt says:

    This is the first time I have really listened to the BAM radio, and I found the topic to be interesting. I found myself thinking about my classroom and how I teach. I agree with one of speekers about talking to the children and leting them know why they should the right thing.

    I’m going to share the talk with some co-workers.

  2. Dawn Braa says:

    Great! Glad you found it useful. Thanks for sharing it.

  3. john says:

    Wow! Really good information here, have picked up a lot of tips etc. Will definately be back to your site. Well done Site Owner.

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