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Positive Praise

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Well-documented research from the Boys Town Center for Behavioral Health ​suggests positive peer reporting helps socially rejected students. Students “tattle” to the teacher about their positive interactions with the ostracized student. This allows the child’s classmates to see his/her good qualities and improves the child’s behavior problems and social standing. The interactions with the child’s peers become more positive.

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