Golden Dream Wheel Enhances the Attendance and Understanding of Students with Special Educational Needs
Keywords:Golden Dream wheel, Token Economy, Rewards, Student attendance Typical education
The Golden Dream Wheel (GDW) is a reward system or economic token used to encourage students to attend school. GDW is used to change unwanted behavior and attract students to follow the class while increasing students' understanding during the teaching and learning process. Golden Dream Wheel is a best practice that has been implemented by practitioners (teachers). Pupils will be given marks for each time they attend school and marks will also be given for each assignment made and the correct answer for the quiz given. Scores will be recorded in the GDW to be accumulated over a period of time. The marks collected will be converted into existing materials that students like such as money, stationery, food and others that are agreed by students and teachers. By using this good practice, students always focus on the learning session to enable them to earn marks that can be exchanged for rewards. This best practice aims to increase student attendance as well as student understanding in the teaching and learning process (PdPc). Through this best practice, the percentage of student attendance increases and so does students' understanding of the lessons taught. The Golden Dream Wheel produced is an added value in helping to increase the percentage of student attendance, as well as improve student understanding. It is hoped that this best practice can help special education teachers in increasing the problem of student absenteeism.
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