We always hear about negative reinforcements and consequences when it comes to classroom behavior, but what is not talked about more is the positive reinforcements of good behavior and how it affects a student.
Positive reinforcement means presenting or providing a stimulus immediately following a behavior that increases the occurrence of that behavior in the future. The basics of this principle helps suggest that a positive behavior will occur more frequently. When it comes to using positive reinforcement there are many benefits of using it in the classroom settings. Some of these benefits include: