Specific Feedback and praise
I don't understand!
Not yet, but you're smart. Keep trying and you will!
I knew you would get it! High five and great teaching, Drew!
We did it! We played the song and Drew helped me!
Thank you for singing nicely and sitting quietly between songs!
Praising is important for students because it encourages them to keep trying even though it may be difficult.
Appropriate ways to praise include but are not limited to, verbal, pats on back or shoulder or high fives or fist bumps.
Praising not only works when students do well in class, but to keep them on task and encourage others to follow suite.
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