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Tag Archives: Praise
The British Psychological Society runs an extensive blog summarising a wide range of psychological research. The link below takes you to a digest of recent research linked to education. BPS Research Digest: Education Some recent examples of articles: Do children … Continue reading
Interesting article in the Guardian about effective use of praise – and how some forms of praise can actually have a negative effect on motivation. Guardian: The art of praising children.
The two Willingham articles I’ll be talking about in the CPD twilight session tonight are: How praise can motivate – or stifle. and Should learning be its own reward? There are a host of other interesting articles – looking at … Continue reading