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    Punishment in Education

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    Do you think that punishment and/or rewards have a place in a plan of intervention for a student who has not responded to alternative approaches?

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    Education, on most levels, boils down to cost-benefit-analysis. Depending on the style and mission of the institution, punishment is not a current style. There is often a plethora of cultural, socio-economic and family issues that can make the old style of rule-violation convenient with the current generation. There must be a benefit for a student to consider making an ...

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    Punishment, rewards, alternative approaches and intervention in education for a students is discussed.