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Adolescent to Young Adult - Integrated Language Arts
Bachelor of Science in Education
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The purpose of this project is to see if behavior incentives will work to increase student attention and productivity in the classroom. By improving these two skills, teachers should also see an improvement in the academic performance of their students. In this project, an honors class of 20 students and a general education class of 24 students was compared. Many of these students would show up late to class, spend large periods of time on their cell phones, constantly get out of their seats, and mess around rather than taking advantage of class time to complete assignments. Student grades, and overall behavior and attentiveness did improve over the three month period.
Dr. Harold Foster
Dr. Hillary Nunn
Mrs. Amy Sommers
Miller, Paige, "Behavior Incentives in Public Schools" (2019). Williams Honors College, Honors Research Projects. 839.
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