Tagged : Tag: student motivation

September 26, 2017
ClassWide Peer Tutoring: A Gamified Learning Activity

Gamification Versus Game-based Learning Gamification as a teaching strategy aims to enhance learning by using a game-style format to motivate students to participate in learning activities. Gamification is sometimes confused with game-based learning. In game-based learning, students learn through games, while in gamification, game-like elements are applied to non-game activities to boost student motivation and […]

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Post filed under : Classwide Peer Tutoring
August 30, 2016
Parkway School District's Epic Back-to-School Video

What happens when students and teachers are met with a chalkboard at their school's entrance with a simple question written on it: "What is your hope?" A most inspiring back-to-school moment happens and you just have to see for yourself. Your turn: What is your hope for this new school year?

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Post filed under : Teaching Strategies
August 20, 2015
4 Factors to Consider for Your Student Motivation Action Plan

Without motivation, students have a hard time learning effectively. Sacramento California high school teacher and blogger, Larry Ferlazzo tackled this important topic of student motivation in his video titled, Helping Students Motivate Themselves. In the video, Ferlazzo points out the challenge educators face: creating the conditions in which students can bring desire and passion to […]

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Post filed under : Classroom Strategies

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