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Reaping the rewards of good behaviour

Classroom management is one of the many challenges that teachers of young learners face. Teachers often complain that their students don’t listen, don’t respond to instructions, talk out of turn, get out of their seats or fiddle with their pencils. In this article Benjamin Moorhouse considers how concrete prizes can work as effective classroom management tools.

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