Strategies
Strategies• Sharing session with Ms Chong and Mdm  Norah on their best practices  – What did they do to engage the student...
Strategies• School to provide supportive environment for  teachers  – Teachers are lack of own motivation
Teacher play an important role in:                (Santrock, J.W., 2009)• Students’ achievement (Patrick &  Kaplan,2007)• ...
Expectations:• “How hard students will work can depend on  how much they expect to accomplish” by  Santrock, 2009.• Direct...
Goals Setting:• Self-efficacy and achievement improve when  short term goals set are specific and  challenging (Bandura, 1...
Different approaches to motivation:                  (Santrock, J.W., 2009)• Cognitive Perspective (Intrinsic)  – Internal...
Different approaches to motivation:                      (Santrock, J.W., 2009)• Behavioral perspective(Extrinsic)  – Extr...
Different dimensions of learning•   Engaging prior knowledge•   Collaborative learning•   Real world context•   Learning b...
Learning Styles• Cater to different learning abilities students• Make learning more productive• Learning styles:  – Flemin...
ReferencesStyles of learning (2011) Retrieved October19,2011, from Styles of learning:http://www.leopard-learning.com/styl...
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Strategies

  1. 1. Strategies
  2. 2. Strategies• Sharing session with Ms Chong and Mdm Norah on their best practices – What did they do to engage the students? – Why do students display interest in subject? – How did they empower students to be responsible for their own learning?• Attending workshops or courses on: – Classroom management – Creating interest in subjects/ topics
  3. 3. Strategies• School to provide supportive environment for teachers – Teachers are lack of own motivation
  4. 4. Teacher play an important role in: (Santrock, J.W., 2009)• Students’ achievement (Patrick & Kaplan,2007)• Setting expectations and goals• Classroom environment• Teacher-student relationship• Different approaches to motivate students (humanistic, cognitive, behavioral, social)• Create interest and curiosity
  5. 5. Expectations:• “How hard students will work can depend on how much they expect to accomplish” by Santrock, 2009.• Direct influence in performance, persistence and task choice
  6. 6. Goals Setting:• Self-efficacy and achievement improve when short term goals set are specific and challenging (Bandura, 1997; Schunk,2008; Schunk, Pintrich & Meece, 2008)• Make commitments in bite-size
  7. 7. Different approaches to motivation: (Santrock, J.W., 2009)• Cognitive Perspective (Intrinsic) – Internal motivation to achieve – Student’s effort that leads to success or failure• Humanistic perspective (Intrinsic) – Maslow’s hierarchy of needs theory – Freedom to choose their destiny and positive qualities
  8. 8. Different approaches to motivation: (Santrock, J.W., 2009)• Behavioral perspective(Extrinsic) – Extrinsic rewards and punishments (Emmer & Evertson, 2009) • Brings up the interest and excitement to the class • Drives towards appropriate behavior • Engage in task • Convey information about mastery (Bandura, 1982; Deci,1975)• Social Perspective – Need for affiliation or relatedness – Positive relationship with teachers, peers, parents
  9. 9. Different dimensions of learning• Engaging prior knowledge• Collaborative learning• Real world context• Learning by doing• Self directed learning
  10. 10. Learning Styles• Cater to different learning abilities students• Make learning more productive• Learning styles: – Fleming’s VARK model (Styles of Learning, 2011) • Audio • Visual • Kinesthetic
  11. 11. ReferencesStyles of learning (2011) Retrieved October19,2011, from Styles of learning:http://www.leopard-learning.com/stylesoflearning.htmlSantrock, J.W. (2009). Educational Psychology(4th ed.) (McGraw-Hill International Edition).Boston: McGraw-Hill

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