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PostSubject: Ingredients for Improving Student Motivation   Wed 29 May - 22:15

Ingredients for improving student motivation

"How do we know when students are motivated? They pay a attention, they begin working on tasks immediately, they ask questions and volunteer answers, and they appear to be happy and eager"(Palmer, 2007)

The five key ingredients impacting student motivation are: student, teacher,content, method/process, and environment.

For example, the student must have access, ability,interest, and value education.

The teacher must be well trained, must focus and monitor the educational process, be dedicated and responsive to his or her students, and be inspirational.

The content must be accurate, timely, stimulating, and pertinent to the student’s current and future needs.

The method or process must be inventive, encouraging, interesting, beneficial, and provide tools that can be applied to the student’s real life.

The environment needs to be accessible, safe, positive, personalized as much as possible, and empowering.

Motivation is optimized when students are exposed to a large number of these motivating experiences and variables on a regular basis.

That is, students ideally should have many sources of motivation in their learning experience in each class. (Palmer,2007; Debnath, 2005; D’Souza and Maheshwari, 2010)

The focus of this article is to provide the educator with suggestions that can be used to motivate his or her students.

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PostSubject: Re: Ingredients for Improving Student Motivation   Thu 30 May - 22:38

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