Publish at 12 octobre 2021 Updated 20 octobre 2021

Does It Work to Encourage Behaviors in Education?

Research Suggests that Yes, Nudges can Work Under Certain Conditions

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In 2008, the specialist Richard Thaler explained the concept of behavioural incentives. The idea is to subtly influence a person to adopt a desired behaviour. In marketing, this often leads to a purchase. But it can be used in other areas, including education. Does gently encouraging students to study better work? It can when it is well thought out.

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