May 19, 2006, Newsletter Issue #35: Long-Term Incentives

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School awards advice: While most teachers use incentives to reward immediate behavior and achievements, there are ways to motivate students toward more long-term goals using incentives. Classroom charts that show a studentís progress as they work toward achieving a goal are very effective at keeping students attentive to their projects. Each student can see where they are on the chart and watch as they move closer to completion. Used over long periods of time, this method of school motivation can change bad habits to good, and low achievers to higher achievers.

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