June Preszler TIE September of 2007. Reinforcing Effort and Providing Recognition. TIE Home. Positive Reinforcement and Providing Recognition rank as number three in percentile gain (following identifying similarities and differences and summarizing and note taking). Surprising Data?.
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Positive Reinforcement and Providing Recognition rank as number three in percentile gain (following identifying similarities and differences and summarizing and note taking).Surprising Data?
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LIST CONTENT FOR EACH CLASS PREPARATION AND SCHOOL – RELATED RESPONSIBILITY
Ex. 9th English, Speech, Yearbook, Volleyball coach
(NOT NECESSARILY TIME) DO YOU EXPEND ON EACH AREA?
The total in the column needs to add up to 100%
can increase when teachers show the
relationship between an increase
in effort to an increase in success
What I say to myself What I say to myself
My mental picture My mental picture
My physical sensations My physical sensations
My emotions My emotions
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from The Pathfinder Project: Exploring the Power of One Teacher Manual by Marzano, Paynter, and DotyEffort Reflection Exercise
Speaks to affective development rather than academic skillsProviding Recognition
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