The negative effects of using a group contingency system

Romeo, Felicia F.
June 1998
Journal of Instructional Psychology;Jun98, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p130
Academic Journal
Describes the negative effects of group contingency used as discipline by teachers in classroom management. Definition of group contingency; Value system created by group contingency; Alternative ways for the teacher to learn how to manage a difficult child's behavior.


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