On August 4, my Twitter time line blew up with tweets from the Garland ISD Fundamental 5 Camp.  Today I’m sharing the tweets generated from Rebecca Dickens’ “Recognize & Reinforce” breakout sessions.

Success is doing better today than I did yesterday. (By @LYSNation)

Don’t let perfect be the enemy of good. (By @ElredgeWendy)

Tie recognition of the attainment of the learning goal reinforces any growth. (By @Hollnwall)

Recognition and reinforcement turns reluctant participants into enthusiastic volunteers. (By @LYSNation)

Continued effort over time brings success! (By @reberson_jenny)

Recognition should not only happen when the students meet the goal, it occurs with any progression towards where you want students to be. (By @Hollnwall)

Recognizing and reinforcing is not a gamble… It is a sure thing! (By @LYSNation)

It’s all about specific reinforcement and recognition with a focus on ACADEMICS! (By @ZabGon)

Recognition – Think the “S.P.A.” treatment…Specific, Personal, and Academic! (By @kishaculpepper)

Misconceptions between recognize and reinforce are evident. Let’s focus on academic effort. (By @AngleArivera11b)

Defining success is essential when reinforcing effort. (By @ty_nelson22)

Success means your doing better today than yesterday. (By @leescotty)

Why recognize and reinforce?  Up to 30% increase in academic achievement. (By @trisiatatum)

Recognition and reinforcement needs to be specific, personal and academic. (By @leescotty)

Recognize and reinforce builds growth mindset fosters grit! (By @Charboknows)

Recognition & Reinforcement – transforming reluctant volunteers into willing participants. (By @drkim2004)

The key to student achievement is recognizing the efforts of all. It’s not always about reaching a standard. Try looking at growth. (By @desstewart)

Recognize and reinforce all student achievement in your class. It’s not about meeting a standard, but showing academic growth. (By @desstewart)

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