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New Analysis Touts Classroom Method to Improve Behavior

A new study published in the Review of Educational Research finds that the Good Behavior Game is effective in improving student behavior.

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A new study published in the Review of Educational Research finds that the Good Behavior Game is effective in improving student behavior. Researchers from UT-Austin and St. John’s University analyzed 22 peer-reviewed journal articles and discovered that the interactive classroom management approach, which is most commonly used in general education elementary school settings, reduced a wide range of disruptive classroom behaviors. (Education Week)

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