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by Hanoch McCarty
Author: Hanoch McCarty
Publisher: Pearson; 1 edition (October 5, 2000)
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Having seen many of Dr. McCarty's motivational presentations, I would say this book is right on target. Many teachers that I have personally spoken with have told me about how much this book has helped in the classroom. His passion for teaching teachers how to draw students in is absolutely amazing and refreshing. Recently Viewed and Featured.
Hanoch McCarty, Cleveland State University (retired)
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One way to encourage students and teach them responsibility is to get them involved in the classroom. You can even show a movie that effectively illustrates a topic or theme. Assign a student to erase the blackboard or pass out materials. Your physical classroom should never be boring: use posters, models, student projects and seasonal themes to decorate your classroom, and create a warm, stimulating environment. 5. Draw Connections to Real Life. When will I ever need this?
Motivating your students. before you can teach them, you have to reach them. Motivation in education.
Motivating your students. by Hanoch McCarty, Frank Siccone. Published 2001 by Allyn and Bacon in Boston. Includes bibliographical references (p. 70).
In my experience, what keeps students motivated is a motivated teacher. If you have a passion for teaching, your students are more likely to show a passion for learning. However, I’m afraid it also works the other way round: if you don't care about teaching, your students won't care about learning. So, here are a few effective tips I have collected over the years: Involve your students. You will not keep your students motivated if you do not involve them and let them take an active role in your classes. Long gone are the days when teachers talked for most of the lesson, with students taking a passive role
Motivating Your Students provides real-life, practical suggestions, with a focus on lesson planning and teaching strategies. It emphasizes effective communication strategies and presentation skills for classroom use to inspire students to enjoy learning. This book will help teachers to do the following: understand and meet students' motivational needs; present information and structure education activities to match students' diverse personalities and learning styles; be more persuasive and influential; get and keep students' attention so that they participate more fully; use storytelling as a powerful tool to make abstract concepts more conceptual; and make each lesson more memorable. For educators, trainers, and teachers.