Study: Praise improves outcomes with middle-schoolers

Middle-school students respond more to praise than criticism, especially when it comes to curbing problem behaviors, a study by researchers at Brigham Young University found. By making a point of praising desired behaviors at least as much as reprimanding undesirable behaviors, teachers improved overall class conduct by up to 70%, researchers noted.

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