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Salvador Wilcox wrote:
> I second Joseph's comment. There's a growing body of research
> that points
> to the detrimental effects of rewarding people (children in
> school and
> adults in corporations) for work. in short, the reward becomes
> the aim it
> fosters the "do this and you'll get that" attitude. alfie kohn
> has a book
> "punished by rewards" that would be beneficial to read. let
> all the kids
> feel important without teacher imposed contingencies.
> salvador wilcox
> >From: Joseph Augusta <jaugusta>
> >To: janine shafer <jshafer.us>
> >CC: artsednet.edu
> >Subject: Re: "Best Art Student" Award?
> >Date: Fri, 14 May 1999 07:37:53 -0400
> >janine shafer wrote:
> > > What is your opinion & suggestions for criteria for "Best
> Art Student"
> > > at the elementary school level?
> >Ugh! Don't do it! How would you like losing the "Best Art
> Teacher" award
> >your district? Now imagine you're around 10 years old and
> doing your best,
> >you lose anyway...feel bad? C'mon, you'll get over it!
> >Best wishes,
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