AttendanceWorks (2019) -
Writing truancy notices that can improve attendance.
Quartz (2019) - Why employee rewards are frequently ineffective and potentially counterproductive.
BehavioralEconomics.com (2019) - When Awards Backfire.
EurekAlert! (2019) - Climate change conversations can be difficult for both skeptics, environmentalists.
Edutopia (2019) - Extrinsic Motivation: It Might Be Even Worse Than You Thought.
Harvard Usable Knowledge (2019) - How Attendance Awards Backfire.
AERA (2019) - Study Snapshot: The Demotivating Effect (and Unintended Message) of Awards.
Education World (2019) - Do Awards Pay Off?
CPRE Knowledge Hub (2019) - When Attendance Awards Backfire.
Hechinger Report (2019) - When school rewards backfire.
Hechinger Report (2019) - The Dark Side of Educational Research: Widespread Bias.
EducationNext (2019) - How to Tackle Student Absenteeism.
Education Week (2019) - Does the Ubiquitous Attendance Certificate Really Get Students to School?
Hidden Brain (2019) - How Awards Can Shape Our Behavior.
Pacific Standard (2019) - How to Convince a Conservative that Climate Change is Real.
Journalist's Resource (2019) - Chronic absenteeism in elementary schools: An easy potential solution.
NPR (2018) - How Can Schools Better Persuade Students To Show Up For Class?
The New York Times (2018) - Science Confirms It: People Are Not Pets.
Shanker Institute (2018) - Weaning Educational Research Off Of Steroids.
UCLA Anderson Review (2018) - Awards as Incentives: Sometimes They Backfire.
Daily Mail (2018) - Rewarding children for going to school makes them MORE likely to play truant and ends up demotivating them.
BBC (2018) - Rewards don't improve school attendance.
Uncommon Knowledge, The Boston Globe (2018) - An award for showing up.
Education Week (2018) - Breaking Down the Myths That Lead Young Students To Miss School.
Harvard Usable Knowledge (2018) - Learning to Self Manage.
Harvard Usable Knowledge (2017) - Making Student Feedback Work.
The Hechinger Report (2017) - Sending parents useful information about attendance, course progress has big effects, social scientists find.
Harvard Usable Knowledge (2017) - Parents as Allies in Reducing Absences.