Korea’s Class123 rewards students’ good behaviour with cute avatars

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You may think Asian school children, especially the young ones of primary age, are all well behaved. Granted, they are by and large less troublesome; they don’t give teachers such a hard time in many respects. But even in Asia, and specifically in Korea, there are still some naughty school kids to be found!

Do you know what Koreans are fond of? Like many other Asian cultures, they love cutesy cartoons and virtual stickers, the kind that have taken Asia’s leading chat platforms such as WeChat and LINE by storm. So why not bring all that cuteness into the classroom as a sneaky behaviour management tool?

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