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Behavior-Specific Praise: Elementary School Example & Non-Example

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Published on Jan 16, 2019

Every IRIS Fundamental Skill Sheet offers educators the chance to brush up on the discrete skills and practices that form the foundation of effective classroom instruction and behavior management.

Behavior-specific praise is a positive statement directed toward a student or group of students that describes a desirable behavior in specific, observable, and measurable terms.

Mrs. D. wants to acknowledge that Samantha correctly heads the top of her friendly letter. Note how in the example video Mrs. D. correctly implements the procedures for behavior-specific praise, but in the non-example video she fails to implement key components of the procedure.

Explore the IRIS Fundamental Skill Sheet collection: https://iris.peabody.vanderbilt.edu/r...

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