Motivation…we’ve all been there before. Those moments when teaching feels more like pulling teeth. You push, pull, twist, bend, do a cartwheel, whatever – and they still don’t budge.
But you are not a dentist, and you sure aren’t paid like one. Whether it is trying to get them to do an assignment, participate in an activity, or contribute to a class discussion, some days it feels like you are doing all the pulling.
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5 Shockingly Simple Ways to Motivate Students at the Secondary Level
Have you ever experienced how your student’s level of motivation impacts your own motivation? To keep everyone’s motivation levels WAY UP, check out these 5 motivation tools specific for secondary students of all subject areas.
7 Powerful Tools to Boost Motivation (in Secondary Math Students)
Sometimes teaching math to your middle or high school students feels like pulling teeth. You push, pull, twist, bend, do a cartwheel, whatever – and they still don’t budge. Instead of pushing, pulling, bribing and threatening to get students to do things in your math class, you’ll find tremendous success (and relief) by tapping into the brain’s natural motivation systems.
Erase K-8 “Math Dread” With 7 Powerful Tools for Lasting Motivation
Have you ever had that experience where students groan out loud when they discover it is time for math? These early years are marked by brain developments that come with unique motivational drivers. Check out these 7 tools to take your math instruction from mundane to motivating!
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