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How to Motivate Children in the Classroom (Children ebooks)
How to Motivate Children in the Classroom
by Rachael Mah
Subject: Attention Parents and Teachers
Do you have experience with children who are frustrated with school and totally opposed to learning?
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Are you a teacher with students with disabilities that hinder their ability to learn?
Have you ever wished there were a magic button you could push to make a child excited to learn?
If you answered yes to any of those questions, you are in the right place at the right time.
Finally, a comprehensive plan designed to capture the minds of children and catapult them to success.
Is it possible? Could there be such a plan?
Yes, there is and you owe it to yourself and the children you mentor to find out more about it.
You can do that here:
You have all the information you need to get answers about "How to Motivate Children In The Classroom."
Take a quick look inside of the "How to Motivate Children In The Classroom" and see what you will learn:
* Learn what our author has coined as "The Welcoming Factor." Discover how this behavior motivates the child with anticipation of positive reinforcement.
* Uncover methods that teach you how to help a student to be both intrinsically motivated and optimistic, pinpointing that failure is temporary and not an expectation.
* The "problem based learning" model is explored as a good solution and reveals how this model works.
There is much more that you will access inside.
Table Of Contents:
About The Author
Who should read this book?
1 The Student-Teacher Rapport
Understanding the Welcoming Factor
Developing the Welcoming Factor
The Invitational Teacher
The Effects of the Teacher's Attitude
2 Teaching Optimism
Saving Instinctual Optimism and Intrinsic Motivation
Failure is Temporary
Shaping Optimistic Thinking
Walk and Talk Sessions
Target Behaviors and Skills
3 Taking an Interest
Our Favorites and Our Experiences
The Benefits of the Details
Incorporating their Interests into Class Work
General and Specific Applications
Incorporating Extrinsic Rewards
Target Behaviors and Passion Points
4 Problem Based Learning
The PBL Model
PBL at the Earliest Stages
A Sample PBL Program
Understanding the Benefits of PBL
PBL and the Individual
Working Outside of the Typical Route
Alternative to Traditional Work
Used as Extra Credit
Prevent a Student from Being Held Back
Keep Learning "Real"
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