Feature: Reward rather than punishment

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Judelyn D. Pomicpic

A constant reminder for all teachers way back college education days up to this very moment.  With different theories and theorist, this has been repeatedly emphasized over and over again.

As a mentor and cultivator of values for children I myself is indebted with this philosophy, “reward rather than punishment”.

It is more likely favorable for our learners to behave and be good in complying with tasks assigned to them if a reward is given rather than to punish them if not doing so.

In this time of pandemic, our responsibility as a teacher does not stop. Different Deped programs are still on going with its implementation.   As a grade one teacher, I know that much of the responsibility to make every learner a reader is more expected from me.

I have recently conducted an Action Research on how to improve the reading performance of my pupils through reinforcement approach. So thus come up my research entitled “Improving Reading Performance Level in Filipino of Ten (10) Grade I – Citrus Pupils Through Positive Reinforcement Approach”.  With thorough studies based on my research findings, it was once again proven how effective are rewards rather than punishment in motivating our learners how to read.

Judelyn D. Pomicpic is Teacher III at Ipil Central Elementary School in Ipil, Zamboanga Sibugay.

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