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Motivating students

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Includes guidelines for the teachers how effectivly they can manage the class and students and how they can keep the moral of students high.

Includes guidelines for the teachers how effectivly they can manage the class and students and how they can keep the moral of students high.

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  • 1. By: Hanan Iftekhar (hanan.iftekhar@gmail.com)
    MOTIVATING STUDENTS
    BY: Hanan Iftekhar
    MBA (HR), Lecturer/Career Counselor, The University of Faisalabad, Pakistan
    hanan.iftekhar@gmail.com
  • 2. Importance of students motivation
    “Good everyday teaching practices can do more to counter student boredom than special efforts to attack motivation directly”
    By: Hanan Iftekhar (hanan.iftekhar@gmail.com)
  • 3. What are those good teaching practices?
    Teacher’s Behaviour(Calm, Understanding But not rude)
    Teaching Style (Encouraging, Enthusiastic, Guiding, Helping)
    Structure of the Course (Straightforward, Smooth Orientation)
    Information Interactions (Anecdotes, Examples etc.)
    Empathy (Feeling the intent of the students)
    By: Hanan Iftekhar (hanan.iftekhar@gmail.com)
  • 4. Types of motivation
    Two basic classifications of MOTIVATION
    Intrinsic Motivation
    Extrinsic Motivation
    By: Hanan Iftekhar (hanan.iftekhar@gmail.com)
  • 5. Intrinsic motivation
    Having a Desire to Learn a Topic due to it’s Inherent Interests for Self Fulfillment , Enjoyment to achieve Mastery in a Subject.
    Desire FSelf Fulfilment
    Learn OEnjoyment
    Topic RMastery
    Inherent Interest Subject
    By: Hanan Iftekhar (hanan.iftekhar@gmail.com)
  • 6. Extrinsic motivation
    To Perform and Succeed for the sake of Accomplishment or a Specific result or Outcome.
    Exp: Students who are Grade-Oriented.
    By: Hanan Iftekhar (hanan.iftekhar@gmail.com)
  • 7. What motivates the students?
    Using examples & anecdotes
    Giving positive & encouraging feedback
    Create an open & positive atmosphere
    Help students feel that they are the valued members of a learning community.
    By: Hanan Iftekhar (hanan.iftekhar@gmail.com)
  • 8. Make it real
    Create learning activities that are based on topics relevant to your students lives.
    Quote local examples
    Discus events in the news
    Connecting the subject with your student’s culture, outside interests and social lives.
    By: Hanan Iftekhar (hanan.iftekhar@gmail.com)
  • 9. Provide choices
    Make them feel sense of anatomy during learning process.
    Make them realize that, there is being heard
    Let them pick up their lab partners, group members.
    Assignment due dates may be discussed and decided with their consent.
    By: Hanan Iftekhar (hanan.iftekhar@gmail.com)
  • 10. Balance the change
    Level of difficulty maybe slightly above than their current ability
    Too much easy task promotes boredom
    Too much difficult task promotes anxiety.
    By: Hanan Iftekhar (hanan.iftekhar@gmail.com)
  • 11. Seek role models
    Giving them influences/inspiration from role models, maybe an invited guest, fellow students or other peers.
    By: Hanan Iftekhar (hanan.iftekhar@gmail.com)
  • 12. Sense of belonging
    Develop a sense of belonging
    Causes a lot of intrinsic motivation
    Encourage student participation
    Stay prepared for class
    By: Hanan Iftekhar (hanan.iftekhar@gmail.com)
  • 13. Supportive style
    Supportive teaching style that encourages
    Increased student interests
    Enjoyment
    Engagement
    Better performance
    By: Hanan Iftekhar (hanan.iftekhar@gmail.com)
  • 14. Strategize with struggling students
    Teach them HOW to learn
    Get them working and thinking on in a optimistic and positive manner.
    By: Hanan Iftekhar (hanan.iftekhar@gmail.com)
  • 15. By: Hanan Iftekhar (hanan.iftekhar@gmail.com)
    THANKYOU