"At Shaw-Garnet-Patterson Middle School in Washington, D.C., students like the idea of getting paid for good grades or for just showing up. They have a harder time agreeing on how much they should get.
"A lot. A thousand dollars," one young girl says. "Two hundred," a boy chimes in, " 'cause I got two A's. When asked how much he should be paid for coming to school on time, the student says it's worth $50."
What do you think about this program? How well does it adhere to the behavioral principles we are studying?
Here is a post one of Kim's students, Michael, in her motivation class put up they did a nice job with it:
You can get class credit if you go to the site and comment hear and additional class credit if you comment on Michaels post on Kim's site.