If we know what works to motivate students, why are so many students still unmotivated? These five questions will help you determine if your practice is really in line with research. | Cult of Pedagogy

5 Questions to Ask Yourself About Your Unmotivated Students

5 Questions to Ask Yourself About Your Unmotivated Students // Article from Cult of Pedagogy

Increase student engagement in your classroom with these seven fun ideas!

Ways to Increase Student Engagement

Student engagement is my number one goal in the classroom. None of the academic goals can be achieved without student engagement.

An excerpt from a new book on teaching and learning by a veteran teacher.

The real stuff of schooling: How to teach students to apply knowledge

Building a Community of Self-Motivated Learners: Strategies to Help Students Thrive in School and Beyond (Paperback) book cover

DIY classroom management PUNCH IT! board. Such a fun way to motivate your students!!!

I am so excited to share this FUN and MOTIVATIONAL classroom incentive board.PUNCH IT! This board is super easy to make, only requiring a.

Get to know your students and build meaningful relationships! Use this Student Interest Inventory to help you understand each students' motivations and favorite things. This information could be used to help you connect with students, build trust, and to create meaningful experiences for students, based on what they like!

Essay about teacher and student relationships An overview of the student teacher relationship, including the benefits of the relationship and the requirements for a good student teacher relationship.

Great ideas here on motivating student with positive relationships! You'll see the results academically and behaviorally. I boystowntraining.org

Light a Fire! 10 Unconventional Ways to Motivate Students

Get your students behind the concept of Intrinsic Motivation. Show and teach them what it means and what it is.

Intrinsic Motivation: Instill It In At Least 27 Ways [INFOGRAPHIC]

Intrinsic Motivation Infographic: The 27 Ways to Encourage Intrinsic Motivation in Your Students presents 27 ideas to encourage intrinsic motivation in your students

How to get your students to stop talking with "Beat the Teacher!" - simple but motivating :-)

The way it works is that when I need the class to quiet down, I start counting backwards from five: If I get to and there is even one student talking, I get the tally point. If the entire class is quiet, they get the point.

How to motivate your students to perform better and believe in themselves!

Schoolhouse Divas: How to Motivate Your Students (and Kids) provides quick sentence stems that I can start using tomorrow to provide more targeted positive feedback to kids!

Teaching a PBIS school, we focus on positivity and creating structures where student choices are celebrated. We love focusing on the gains students (and staff) and I am always impressed that 90% of the time it works! Students have individual goals, group goals, and we have whole-class goals. When we reach those goals, it’s definitely...

20 Positive Behavior Rewards that Aren't Food

Working together to meet a goal builds classroom community & encourages teamwork. As a PBIS school, check our our 20 favorite nonfood, low-cost rewards!

Genius Hour in the Elementary Education Classroom                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Task This aligns with the second task because it gives students more value to what they are learning if they get to chose it. Genius hour allows students to explore their interests and possibly relate it to school content.

Ideas By Jivey: For the Classroom: Sparking Student Motivation: Flashlight Friday!

Motivation to Read # 1 Flashlight Friday Turn off the lights and give students a flash light. When they pick a book(s) they find a comfortable spot in the room and read their books in a whisper voice using their flashlight

Student Motivation - Inspire Me ASAP

Student Survey

What motivates your students? At the beginning of a new school year, I make it my mission to discover what motives my students to do their best! by Inspire Me ASAP:

Consider using autonomy, competence, relatedness, and relevance as practical classroom strategies to reinforce the intrinsic motivation students need for making the most of their learning.

Strategies for Helping Students Motivate Themselves

This pin is under the category of "understanding motivation".Consider using autonomy, competence, relatedness, and relevance as practical classroom strategies to reinforce the intrinsic motivation students need for making the most of their learning.

A "prize line" for the student who is picked randomly as the "secret person" displaying appropriate behaviors.  Via: Fifth in the Middle: Student Motivation - What's Working This Week

A "prize line" for the student who is picked randomly as the "secret person" displaying appropriate behaviors. Via: Fifth in the Middle: Student Motivation - What's Working This Week. Use with the token economy I pinned.

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