provide feedback to students on their learning
To encourage a behavioural change, students need to be provided with constructive and timely feedback.
An example I observed on my recent practicum was the daily marking of the student's literacy workbooks. The first part of each literacy lesson was devoted to spelling and sentence construction. When the students completed their work they would take it to the teacher for marking. If time permitted, the teacher would mark each student's work and provide them with feedback. If she did not have time, during the next part of the lesson when the students were working in small groups, the teacher would call them to her desk in groups of three until she had marked all of the books.
When the literacy lesson had finished, the teacher would name students and publically acknowledge the effort and learning they had achieved that morning.