Child psychologist suggests rewarding children does not help long term learning

by ParentCo. February 06, 2015

"In reality, all the research we have done on motivation shows that as soon as you offer kids a reward to do something, their attention is taken away from what they are doing and put onto the reward. Child psychologist suggests rewarding children does not help long term learning


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