It is really easy to think about what you are going to do if a student is misbehaving in your lesson but what about if they are doing brilliantly or have dramatically improved. It is really important that we make sure we are also rewarding good behaviour, in fact this is probably more important than reprimanding the poor behaviour. As Benjamin Franklin once said "a spoonful of honey will catch more flies than a gallon of vinegar."
Here are 15 different ideas that you can use to reward those students that are working well or have shown a great improvement:
I am a Maths teacher working in the UK. My blog started in February 2018 and I am using it to share ideas to help you in the classroom and to improve your work life balance. I also have some free course and resource along with my new tutoring agency.