Creating Reward Menus That Motivate

Creating Reward Menus That Motivate

Tips for Teachers

Introduction

Rewards are often central to effective school interventions. As possible incentives that students can earn for appropriate school performance or conduct, these reinforcers (or 'rewards') often serve as the motivational 'engine' that drives successful interventions. Reward systems are usually most powerful when a student can select from a range of reward choices ('reward menu'). The focus of this issue of NASET’s Practical Teacher is to provide teachers with ways to create reward menus that motivate students.

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