Students today are often distracted by technology, social responsibilities and basic restlessness, leaving them unmotivated and indifferent. Many students have no personal academic goals and feel they have no reason to focus in class. This can leave teachers feeling frustrated, out of touch and irrelevant.
What if the in-class behavior and attitude of students is merely a matter of setting the right tone and presenting the material differently? What if there were simple actions a teacher could take that would dramatically increase how students respond to the lesson?
In The Inspired Students, Andy Baker explains that the way to have inspired students is to be an inspiring teacher.There are ways to change the atmosphere in the classroom so that students will be motivated to learn, making the role of teacher as rewarding as it should be.
LEARN HOW TO...
Distinguish the differences between intrinsic motivation and extrinsic motivation. Understand the role each plays in the long-term success of the student. Become proficient in creating an atmosphere that is conducive to your students doing their best work.
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Strategies for motivating students and creating the most productive classroom environment for the benefit of both students and teachers.
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“The Inspired Students is filled with expert advice, explanation and tips on how to help students want to learn and how teachers can be more effective in the classroom.”
“Being the leader in the classroom is a compelling theme throughout this eloquent book about intrinsic motivation and students. A fun read, it’s also chock full of tips any teacher would find extremely valuable.”
“College students are bombarded with numerous diversions and distractions. Teachers need strategies to motivate students during the lesson. The Inspired Students is the guide I wish I’d had years ago.”
“A great book for anyone who wants to learn how to break through all of the distractions of today’s world and motivate college students. Every teacher (and even parents) could benefit from reading this book.”
“If I could read only one book on motivating college students, The Inspired Students is the one I would choose. A must-read for anyone who teaches college and university students.”
”Wish you could influence the atmosphere in your classroom? Spoiler alert! You already are. Learn how to get the atmosphere you want.”