CAA205 – How to Motivate Students to Increase Performance

CAA205 – How to Motivate Students to Increase Performance

Participants will develop an understanding of motivation theory and developing strategies for building motivation among students.

Training Prerequisites: none

Contact: (800) 424-9484 | workshops@ahaprocess.com

Human beings are born with intrinsic motivation. But our natural tendency to seek out challenges and opportunities to learn operates robustly only under certain conditions.

Participants will develop a clear understanding of motivation theory and strategies for fostering intrinsic motivation among students, especially under-resourced students.

Benefits:

  • Improve long-term student achievement
  • Create productive classroom and campus environments
  • Build relationships of mutual respect
  • Students develop goal-directed behavior, self-awareness, and autonomy

You’ll also learn how student background affects motivation, how to use rewards productively, and how to develop individualized motivation plans.

Related/supplemental material:

How Much of Yourself Do You Own book coverUnderstanding and Engaging Under-Resourced College Students book coverInvestigations into Economic Class in America set

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