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    • ! 10! drives, and essay contests. Black lists the consequences of competition, framing her argument with Kohn’s arguments: Competition does not motivate students to do their best; Competition does not build students’ character or self-esteem;...
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    • 103 Glass Chip Magnets 4 4 3 2 0 14 0 Golfing at Crater Springs 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Half Day Mountain Biking 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Hand Treatments 0 4 2 0 20 19 14 Harry Potter Party 13 4 22 30 11 48 38 Hot Tub Blackjack 0 0 0 0 0 9 8 How Well Do You Know Your...
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    • ! 12! pigeons who will behave in specific ways for rewards or punishments, corporate culture treats employees the same way. Kohn states that operant conditioning strategies can deliver short-term results but in the long run these strategies damage...
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    • 13 Family. Several activities have been incorporated for the purpose of entertaining the whole family. Most of these activities take place in the evening after the tours have been finished for the day and most shops downtown have been closed. Games...
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    • ! 16! interpreting this result it is important to keep in mind that competition was structured in a more constructive way than is found in the usual classroom. Students were divided into triads to maximize the number of winners, triads were...
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    • ! 18! Shields and Bredemeier (2010) examine the effect of Kohn’s theories and competition on education and offer an alternative definition to competition. They affirmed the anecdotal and scientific evidence of the harms of competition, but...
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    • 19 education specifically (Smith & Kritsonis, 2006, p. 3). Doctors do not attend seminars in order to learn about new Band-Aids; they want to cure patients. Lawyers do not collaborate to determine their best game face; they want to learn skills to...
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    • ! 19! is valued as an opportunity to claim supremacy, if it is a salve for an insecure ego, then the desire to win will likely lead to ethical lapses” (Shields and Bredemeir, 2010). David Shields shared these concepts of re-claiming the true...
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    • ! 2! a focus on “selecting pieces to win and not for the good of theatre” (Criman. 2015). The Utah Shakespeare Festival (USF) and Southern Utah University have sponsored a Shakespeare Competition since 1977 that hosts over 2,800 students annually...
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    • ! 30! Greatest Benefit and Greatest Disadvantage of Competing in Theatre Events The survey identified the advantages and disadvantages of competition in theatrical settings and events. This survey tool is based on ranking: the lower the...
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    • !33 students into four teams. The four teams were lined up from the front to the back of the class with each team being divided into four columns. The rules of the game were simple. The teacher would tell the front student from each team a Chinese...
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    • ! 37! a student's personal improvement in a performance 38.4% 28 exceeding other students performance within a round or event 2.7% 2 Other (please specify) 5.5% 4 answered question 73 Figure 11. Definitions of a student’s success with a competitive...
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    • ! 38! "Show class, have pride, and display character. If you do winning takes care of itself." Paul Bryant 47.9% 35 "There are more important things in life than winning and losing a game." Lionel Messi 2.7% 2 "When playing a game, the goal is to...
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    • ! 44! teachers understand and value a performance piece over a first place. Later in the survey the majority of the participants, 43 teachers (58.9%), would choose receiving a first place and detailed critique over receiving only a detailed...
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    • ! 50! Definitions of a student’s success in a competitive theatrical event Research Question 15-How should a student’s success be defined in a theatre competition? One of the necessary challenges within an art form is identifying the...
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    • ! 51! • “Show class, have pride, and display character. If you do winning takes care of itself.” • “There are more important things in life than winning and losing a game.” • “When playing a game, the goal is to win, but it is the goal that is...
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    • ! 54! they spent. The biggest issue I see currently is pressure by school administrations to show value (such as awards) in order to justify the time away from core subjects and the expense. Drama teachers also feel that we need to justify our...

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