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|One of the difficulties for many educators is truly understanding praise and being |
able to apply it on a daily basis. ... Sometimes people state that they do not praise
more because they feel that it will lose its credibility or that it will become less ... If
you use specific praise, you can recognize everyone in your organization.
|If you are not sincere in your interactions with other people, they will know. Treat |
People like People ... One of my wife's co-workers read the email and said, '
Wouldn't it be nice to be praised like that just once.” This co-worker had worked in
|This reminder is not appropriate, however, for the poet because for the poet, who |
is an artist, "the art actually is 'to say it'" (WL, p. 359). In the activity of praising love
, the proverb can be used in what Kierkegaard calls "a special way"; that is, one
could assert: "To ... He starts with the premise that only someone who loves can
know love, adds the implied premise that one can only praise what one knows, ...
|Although affirmations are not commonly communicated between spouses, they |
can be a powerful demonstration of ... Praise is used appropriately when both
spouses recognize that one is more experienced or skilled in an area, such as a
|Pride, arrogance, haughtiness, or whatever word you wish to use to describe the |
sin, originates in the heart but is expressed primarily by the ... One out of three is
sufficient if it is the right one. We should constantly praise the Lord, recognizing
Him as our source and the source of all our attributes. But we should not use the
mouth to curse or speak evil of others or to boast of our "own" nice appearance.
|In this connection, the Aristotelian statement that the poets lie about the gods (|
and, hence, are not altogether moral) has to be understood not literally, but in its
proper context. The old ... Besides leading an examplary life, the poet must put it
to use by employing praise and blame. Horace ... Thus, one should read Ovid's
description of love so as to know one's enemy and to recognize what one has to
|Using Praise One type of positive reinforcement you may choose to use to shape |
your child's behavior is praise. You can help your child understand your
expectations and then have her conform to them. When you praise your child,
you recognize the times your child behaves the way you wish, and you are
encouraging her to continue to repeat the behavior. Praise can be very ... If he
comes to expect it frequently, he may be hurt when you do not praise him. Some
children can become ...
|Fortunately, by using predictable consequences, you don't have to. ... Nature |
doled out the punishment and you can save your discipline for situations when
there is not a predictable consequence. ... They are very responsive to praise and
, if they know it is readily available, they will work to earn it. ... Having the
confidence to perform one behavior provides the strength for your child to tackle
|In a nutshell, ideally, people recognize their strengths and perpetually develop |
and use these strengths to excel—and to overcome what they recognize as their
weaknesses. It is perfectly healthy to realize one's own limitations, and
recognizing one's faults should not be considered a “blow” to ... When children
are showered with undeserved praise and are not held accountable for negative
actions, the ...
|Students are likely to think “Why bother, since I'm not going to meet what the |
teacher expects?” (now and in the ... They know what their kind behavior was. ...
When used for purposes of reinforcement, make praise and rewards contingent
on the success in demonstrating desired behavior or the effort expended. If one's
aim is to positively reinforce the target behavior, praise and rewards should