Motivated Teaching: Harnessing the science of motivation to boost attention and effort in the classroom: 3 (High Impact Teaching)

£7.975
FREE Shipping

Motivated Teaching: Harnessing the science of motivation to boost attention and effort in the classroom: 3 (High Impact Teaching)

Motivated Teaching: Harnessing the science of motivation to boost attention and effort in the classroom: 3 (High Impact Teaching)

RRP: £15.95
Price: £7.975
£7.975 FREE Shipping

In stock

We accept the following payment methods

Description

It is presented in an attractive format with easy to follow chapters and key ideas summarised at regular intervals to maintain your focus and importantly, it is full of practical ideas that we can use in our classrooms. When students engage in challenging tasks, the processes and connections in the brain begin to change, which makes them more equipped to tackle future learning.

The mechanics of motivation: this section examines the centrality of attention [I've been writing an appropriately slow series on this: I'll get back to it]. We need to tackle smaller programming problems, rather than more complicated ones where students rely too much on me for answers. A little self-deprecating humour brings the power imbalance down a notch and helps to build a sense of safety and intellectual humility within my classes. External regulation is when people’s behaviors are controlled exclusively by external factors, such as rewards or punishments. However, as well as the overall environment making a difference, having a motivated teacher is also crucial.To make instruction responsive to the power motive, provide opportunities for responsibility, authority, and interpersonal influence. However, if we can achieve this, if we can harness and tame the science, we will begin to demystify motivation for schools. If you are a reader of these types of books (and presumably you are, as you are reading this review of one), you will already be familiar with some of the strategies and methods promoted in Motivated Teaching. Cognitive constraint' means our attention is limited, and so 'motivation is a system for allocating attention' [albeit a very imperfect, often misfiring system].

If they are learning in a caring, supportive and inclusive space, they will feel much more motivated to learn. In educational contexts, students feel autonomous when they are given options, within a structure, about how to perform or present their work.Cost – Am I free of barriers that prevent me from investing my time, energy, and resources into the activity?

I can always tweak and improve my teaching materials, and the graduate classes I teach afford me an opportunity to continually build and improve on my own statistical skillset. Use creativity techniques to have learners create unusual analogies and associations to the content.This gives meaning to the assignment or activity because students are clear on why the task or behavior is valuable. The purpose is to offer practical advice, reassurance and celebrate the teaching profession amongst NQTs.

Attention refers to getting and sustaining student attention and directing attention to the appropriate stimuli. When students feel like the learning activity is not worth their time compared to other things they might do (e. It’s super-motivating to hear that students can clearly connect course content to practical problem-solving in the community at local, regional, national or global levels. Organize materials on an increasing level of difficulty; that is, structure the learning material to provide a “conquerable” challenge.This is something novice teachers will need to be wary of prior to attempting them in the classroom.



  • Fruugo ID: 258392218-563234582
  • EAN: 764486781913
  • Sold by: Fruugo

Delivery & Returns

Fruugo

Address: UK
All products: Visit Fruugo Shop