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Marzano: Reinforcing Effort and Providing Recognition

Resources, links, and ideas about reinforcing student effort and providing recognition

Marzano: Reinforcing Effort and Providing Recognition

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6 Steps to Add Voice Comments to Google Docs ~ With this new application in Google Docs ( Drive ), teachers can now record their audio comments and share them with their students.

RSA Animate - Drive: The surprising truth about what motivates us

  • Mary Creech
    Mary Creech

    I want to go home.

Get kids to assess themselves and their learning

SI Network webinar effort and recognition

The Teacher's Guide To Using Badges In Your Classroom

Grades and student motivation - reflection and article

On #edmodo, free app for rewarding students; they are given coins by teacher to spend on avatars #edtech

Goal-setting for kids. in order to be successful, the resolution must belong to the child, not the parent or the teacher. A resolution that is generated by the adult and unwanted by the child is not a resolution at all, it is just another teacher or parent command.

Runde's Room: Goal-Setting freebie for writing reflection # Pinterest++ for iPad #

On edmodo, free app for rewarding students; they are given coins by teacher to spend on avatars - site that summarizes best practices and relates them to technology Some good examples of projects focused on the strategy that incorporate tech. Substitution/Augmentation

Simply stated, Michael Matera is an incredibly passionate educator leading the way in gamification. His blog posts here are excellent resources for how gamification can reinforce effort and provide recognition.

PLAY IS THE WAY® is a practical methodology for teaching social and emotional leaning using guided play, classroom activities and an empowering language. It is a process that gives primary schools a way to develop, improve and entrench the personal and social capabilities of students. PLAY IS THE WAY® is suitable for primary school children of all ages, abilities and ethnic backgrounds. No particular sporting or athletic ability is required to successfully participate.

This is the website from Canada based on Wilson McAskill

  • Nicky Greenaway
    Nicky Greenaway

    Wilson also authors a great book called "Children arent made of china"

John Seely Brown on Motivating Learners (Big Thinkers Series)

The Psychology of Performance. This is interesting. I wonder if it could be adapted for the school setting?

  • Josh Gauthier
    Josh Gauthier

    Excellent Pin. Definitely should be on the wall of every administrator!

Dylan Wiliam Tons of videos

A quick read with useful strategies to make a difference

Dan Pink: The puzzle of motivation | Video on

Alan November on education and technology

Classdojo- monitor student behavior, award badges, quirky and fun. Even middle school students love these!