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Chema Falcó

Dan Pink: The puzzle of motivation | TED Talk - 12 views

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    la motivación extrínseca suele entorpecer la realización de tareas que requieren creatividad Motiv intrínseca: Autonomía, Perfeccionamiento (maestría), Propósito
Martin Burrett

10 Easy Ways to Motivate Your Students by @RichardJARogers - 27 views

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    Student happiness and motivation are so vitally important that without them, kids simply don't want to learn. If kids don't want to learn, then they won't learn. It's that simple.
Martin Burrett

Maintaining Enthusiasm - 12 views

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    "Many teachers think that teaching is the best profession in the world. It is also true that many teachers find that maintaining enthusiasm, in the face of myriad issues which hinder teachers being allowed to just teach, can be difficult at times. Furthermore, even the most enthused student can take a knock in motivation day to day, lesson to lesson."
darcymcgee18

3 ways to promote grit via literacy instruction | eSchool News - 2 views

  • 1. Emphasize the journey over the accomplishment
  • 2. Teach their brain’s biology and give them the tools to influence it
  • 3. Help them find their voice
Martin Burrett

Exams: Use the motivation, lose the stress by @rhcaseby - UKEdChat - 11 views

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    "Ten tips to beat exam stress"
Tim Cooper

How to Beat Procrastination - Wait But Why - 52 views

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    procrastinator's unite! Nice advice to beat it.
aaxtell

Don't Crush Reading Motivation - Education Week - 48 views

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    Teachers should embrace the idea of students choosing their own books, even if they are too hard, Barbara C. Wheatley says.
Sandy Avoa-Belinga

Don't Crush Reading Motivation - 12 views

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    Reading is interesting.
Roland Gesthuizen

Why goal setting doesn't work | Psychology Today - 76 views

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    "Despite the popularity of goal setting, there is compelling evidence that regardless of good intentions and effort, people and organizations consistently fall short of achieving their goals. More often than not, the fault is attributed to the goal setter. But the real problem may be in the efficacy of goal setting itself."
danthomander

How a Small Change Can Boost Your Motivation and Performance - 51 views

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    Good blog entry on importance of goal setting (performance vs. mastery) and effect on motivation.
Roland Gesthuizen

How to Focus More in Class: 11 Steps (with Pictures) - wikiHow - 112 views

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    "Slacking off during class isn't only a bad habit, but it's also very detrimental to your grade! Focusing in class really proves to teachers that you are a capable student but it also shows that you have got a solid level of maturity and self control, which will be very important in your future life. Read on to find out more about "How to Focus More in Class" "
Roland Gesthuizen

Sudden interest in math -- how teachers can motivate pupils - 25 views

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    "The lack of interest in math or natural sciences is one of the most frequently voiced causes for concern in the debate surrounding education, at least in Germany. It has been seen time and again that pupils lose their enthusiasm for physics, chemistry and math once they reach eighth or ninth grade. But is this inevitable? And if not, how can teachers steer a different course?"
Roland Gesthuizen

Use the FEAR Method to Overcome Your Own Fears - 38 views

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    "Speaking in front of a crowd, giving an important presentation, going to a job interview-they're all stressful and they can trigger anxiety and fear in even the most stalwart people. So how do you beat it back when you need to? One psychologist suggests the FEAR method, or "Focus, Expose, Approach, Rehearse."
Roland Gesthuizen

How to Create Nonreaders - 58 views

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    "In fact, it's not really possible to motivate anyone, except perhaps yourself.  If you have enough power, sure, you can make people, including students, do things.  That's what rewards (e.g., grades) and punishments (e.g., grades) are for.  But you can't make them do those things well ... The more you rely on coercion and extrinsic inducements, as a matter of fact, the less interest students are likely to have in whatever they were induced to do."
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