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Are your students motivated to learn? Having a classroom of students who eagerly enter the room each morning anxious to get started on the work for the day is a joy few teachers experience.In this course you will learn how to work with your students to help them tap into the intrinsic motivation they already have to learn and be a successful student.
In this course you will learn how to:
·Create a classroom learning environment where students want to be and want to learn.
·Teach your students to be active participants in their learning and do it within a social context
·Teach your students to actively choose the topics they will study within the broader context of the curriculum
·Build a learning community in the classroom where the students get to know you and each other
·Remove marks from students’ work as much as possible and focus on positive feedback and concrete suggestions for improving work.
·Evaluate students primarily to help them to develop their ability. Follow up assignments with a personal conversation about their work, what they did well, and what they could do to improve.
·Provide a learning environment where an inability to do something is not viewed as a failure but rather a situation which needs more instruction.
The Student Motivation course is divided into seven modules. Each module contains a series of lectures explaining what you need to do and why and it concludes with lecture on concrete, actionable steps you can take to implement the ideas discussed in the module. Each lecture is available in three formats.The video lecture is complimented by an audio recording in MP3 format that you can download to your favorite listening device and listen to whenever and wherever you wish.There is also a copy of the lecture in PDF format that you can download and read and use to make notes on.
Each lecture is delivered by Dr. Wayne Sheldrick author of Amazon bestselling books: Classroom Management Made Easy and The First Week of School. Dr. Sheldrick has more than 25 years experience in the classroom as well as working with teachers to help them better meet the needs of their students and make their teaching experience more enjoyable.
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|Section 1: MODULE ONE The Structure of Our Classrooms|
Welcome to Student MotivationPreview
Rethinking the Structure of Our Classes
Action Step One
|Section 2: MODULE TWO Rekindling Intrinsic Motivation|
Seeking Student Input
What is Motivation?
Making the Curriculum Relevant to Your Students
Introducing a New Curriculum Unit
Action Step Two
|Section 3: MODULE THREE Why You Need to Get to Know Your Students|
Get to Know Your Students as Individuals
The Nature of Relationships
What You Need to Know About Your Students
Strategies to Get to Know Your Students
Action Step Three
|Section 4: MODULE FOUR The Role of Evaluation in Your Classroom|
Reducing the Amount of Evaluation in Your Classroom
The Negative Impact of Too Much Competition
Why You Should Not “Over-Evaluate” Your Students
Why Evaluate and When to Do It
Action Step Four
|Section 5: MODULE FIVE How to Create a Positive Learning Environment|
Why a Trusting Classroom Environment is So Important
The Key Components of a Trusting Classroom
The Importance of Belonging
The Role of Power
Why Learning Needs to be Fun
How to Give Students Freedom
Action Step Five
|Section 6: MODULE SIX The Importance of Mistakes|
Why Mistakes aren’t Failures
Negative Feedback is Often Impersonal
Negative Feedback is Not Instructive
Action Step Six
|Section 7: MODULE SEVEN Action Steps Review|
The Importance of Creating a Classroom Where Students Want to Be
Making Students Active Participants in Their Learning
Rekindling Intrinsic Motivation
Get to Know Your Students
Replace Evaluation With Instructive Feedback
Creating a Relaxed, Trusting Classroom
Reframe Mistakes as Opportunities to Learn More
Dr. Sheldrick has more than 25 years experience in the classroom as well as working with teachers to help them better meet the needs of their students and make their teaching experience more enjoyable. He has coached teachers in his role as a resource teacher as well as at the university level both in the teacher training program as well as in the on-going professional development program.
Each lecture is delivered by Dr. Wayne Sheldrick author of Amazon bestselling books: Classroom Management Made Easy and The First Week of School.