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Hello everyone,

I am going into my 2nd year as director of the tutoring program at a small 6-12th grade school. My department works with students that have below a "C" average, but since there are so many and we have limited space, we only see each student once a week. Every day we have a different group. Most of them don't complete assignments so I try to motivate them to do so, but it is difficult. I have tried rewarding them by raffling gift cards and snacks once a month but the gratification seems to be too delayed to even motivate them. I would appreciate ideas on how I can reward these kids and hopefully motivate them to complete their assignments. Thank you!

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htorres 06-23-2019 12:46 PM

Hello everyone,

I am going into my 2nd year as director of the tutoring program at a small 6-12th grade school. My department works with students that have below a "C" average, but since there are so many and we have limited space, we only see each student once a week. Every day we have a different group. Most of them don't complete assignments so I try to motivate them to do so, but it is difficult. I have tried rewarding them by raffling gift cards and snacks once a month but the gratification seems to be too delayed to even motivate them. I would appreciate ideas on how I can reward these kids and hopefully motivate them to complete their assignments. Thank you!




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