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    • Mystery Motivators By, Amanda Denkenberger
    • What are Mystery Motivators?
      • Mystery Motivators are an acknowledgment tool that works like a lottery system.
      • If the student has been using positive behavior all day, the student is able to scratch off that day on the Mystery Motivator chart.
      • If the student finds the Mystery Motivator symbol on that days spot, the student can select the reward they won.
      • The prizes can be either small or large depending on the reward menu you set up.
    • Setting up a Mystery Motivator Chart
      • Have spaces for each day of the week
      • Have a Mystery Motivator symbol or letter. (Many use an “M”)
      • Use invisible ink so students can color in the space to see if they won a prize.
      • Choose random days for the Mystery Motivator symbol.
      • Have a reward menu and prizes
    • Scenarios
      • Mystery Motivators can be used to reinforce homework completion and accuracy.
      • Every time a student turns in homework that is completed and correct. That student gets a chance to scratch off that day’s Mystery Motivator to see if they won a prize or not.
    • Scenarios Continued
      • Mystery Motivators can be used to reinforce good behavior in the classroom.
      • For instance, if a student has followed the rules all day with no infraction that student gets to scratch off that day’s Mystery Motivator to see if they won a prize or not.
    • Positive and Negatives
      • Positives
        • Helps to improve academic achievement
        • Enjoyable process
        • Disruptive behavior decreases
      • Negatives
        • Students attempt to cheat
        • Students attempt to undermine their team’s performance
    • Compare and Contrast
      • Williams et al would not agree with Mystery Motivators because they are extrinsic rewards and students should only be rewarded intrinsically. Also, he would say that teachers should use the Eight Principals of Motivation instead of Mystery Motivators.
    • Compare and Contrast Part 2
      • McCarthy & Siccone would agree with using Mystery Motivators because they believe it’s the teacher’s job to motivate the students in any way possible.
    • Online Resources
      • Mystery Motivator Chart
        • http://www.interventioncentral.org/images/docs/mystery%20motivator%20chart.pdf
      • This is an example of a Mystery Motivator Chart. It shows everything needed for the chart and more.
    • Online Resources Continued
      • Tips of setting up a Mystery Motivator in the classroom.
        • http://www.suite101.com/content/mystery-motivator-a68293
      • This website gives step by step instructions how to set up and make a Mystery Motivator Chart for the classroom.
    • Online Resources Continued
      • How to make a scratch of ticket. This could be used to help you make a Mystery Motivator Chart.
        • http://artmind-etcetera.blogspot.com/2009/05/how-to-make-scratch-off-lottery-tickets.html
    • References
      • Madaus, M., Kehle, T., Madaus, J., & Bray, M. (2003). Mystery motivator as an intervention to promote homework completion and accuracy . School Psychology International, 24. Retrieved from http://spi.sagepub.com/content/24/4/369.full.pdf+html
      • Wesley , J., & Mattaini, M. Peace power tools: mystery motivators . Retrieved from http://www.peacepower.info/modules/RecogMystery.pdf
      • Wright, J. Mystery motivator . Retrieved from http://www.olemiss.k12.in.us/intervention/behavior/mystmot. pdf