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“Good Job!” Helpful or Not?
Saying "Good Job" to a student is meant to convey positive reinforcement, but what do you really mean, and what does the student gain from such general praises? Students may benefit from hearing more specific, meaningful evaluation statements about their efforts in order to understand their progress and to move forward.
Author(s):
Carole S. Campbell
Source:
New Teacher Advocate
Edition:
Spring 2012
Pages:
1
File:
NSP12_Campbell.pdf
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