Student Feedback and Recognition

The sooner you give rewards (tangible and intangible)—and the more specific the praise is—the better classroom behavior you will see. When you encourage beneficial behavior, the students will enjoy receiving attention for “getting caught” doing a positive behavior.

By rewarding students in your classroom, you offer student feedback and encourage student engagement. Examples of reward systems include immediate, specific praise written on a reward and a token economy. When you use rewards within Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), you will implement a beneficial behavior management strategy. 

See below for some different strategies to set up a Token Economy in your classroom.

Encourage Better Classroom Behavior Management via a Reward

Give Immediate and Specific Praise for Great Behavior

See below for some different strategies to give your Students Feedback!

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