The Effect of Visual Performance Feedback on Teacher Use of Behavior-Specific Praise

@article{Reinke2007TheEO,
  title={The Effect of Visual Performance Feedback on Teacher Use of Behavior-Specific Praise},
  author={Wendy M. Reinke and Teri Lewis-Palmer and Emma J. Martin},
  journal={Behavior Modification},
  year={2007},
  volume={31},
  pages={247 - 263}
}
This study evaluated the effects of visual performance feedback (VPF) on teacher use of behavior-specific praise. In addition to receiving individual VPF, teachers participated in group consultation focused on increasing competence in the use of behavior-specific praise. Three general education elementary teachers and six students participated in the study. Classroom peer composite data were also collected. Teacher and student behaviors were monitored across baseline and VPF conditions in a… 

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