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Discussion in 'Early Years' started by rlleasl2, Jan 15, 2011.

  1. Is it ok to use stickers in an lesson observation interview to back up verbal praise? So, at the end of my lesson, the ones who have been sitting the quietest and joining in sensibly will receive a sticker.
  2. InkyP

    InkyP Star commenter

    I can't see why not. I print my own saying 'Mrs..... thinks....' etc. there are some good ones for editing to suit on the resources section of this site.
  3. Hi
    I use use labels with a sticker or stamp on which says asks me what I have been learning today or some comment to prompt people to ask the child what they have done which deserved a reward. It depends on policy regarding behaviour etc but stickers to reward behaviour and support chn in developing understanding of ILO's are useful to me.
    Good luck with observation[​IMG]

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