The Herald-Sun reported today that a Melton secondary school is using retail and movie vouchers as incentives to improve remote learning engagement.
According to the article, “Kurunjang Secondary College is putting the names of senior students attending for 75 per cent or more of class time in draws to win.”
PV Executive Officer Gail McHardy is quoted in the article.
Gail said incentives to get technology working and students engaged might help by providing rewards and fun.
“PV would expect the school leadership team would know their community to know what supports and incentives are therefore best placed,” she said.