Boosting Motivation in Your Classroom

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In the Boosting Motivation in Your Classroom learning path, offered through EduPlanet21, we focus on supporting all students in their growth and learning. There is an emphasis on Intrinsic Motivation and how to foster this in your classroom. You will also explore barriers to motivation and the impact of relationships on motivation.

Learning Path Outcomes:

Participants in this learning path will:

  • Define Intrinsic Motivation
  • Identify Intrinsic motivators
  • Explore barriers to motivation in our learning environment
  • Reflect on the impact of classroom relationships on motivation

This course should take about 3-4 hours to complete.

This course is available through EduPlanet21. To see more details about this course, either click the “enroll” button or click here.

Course Features

  • Lectures 27
  • Quizzes 0
  • Skill level All levels
  • Language English
  • Students 10
  • Certificate Yes
  • Assessments Yes
  • Intrinsic Motivation 0/16

    • Lesson1.1
      What is Intrinsic Motivation?
    • Lesson1.2
      Intrinsic Motivator #1: Belonging
    • Lesson1.3
      An Experience with Belonging
    • Lesson1.4
      Intrinsic Motivator #2: Purpose
    • Lesson1.5
      What Is Your Purpose?
    • Lesson1.6
      Intrinsic Motivator #3: Mastery
    • Lesson1.7
      The Impact of Mastery
    • Lesson1.8
      Intrinsic Motivator #4: Autonomy
    • Lesson1.9
      Autonomy Reflection
    • Lesson1.10
      Intrinsic Motivator #5: Fun
    • Lesson1.11
      That Was Fun!
    • Lesson1.12
      Personal Motivation
    • Lesson1.13
      Your Turn – Intrinsic Motivation
    • Lesson1.14
      Identifying Intrinsic Motivators, Part 1
    • Lesson1.15
      Identifying Intrinsic Motivators, Part 2
    • Lesson1.16
      Threat Activation: Intrinsic Motivators as Demotivators
  • Barriers to Motivation 0/7

    Weaving intrinsic motivators into schoolwork is an essential first step to helping kids be self-motivated. But what are some barriers that still get in the way?

    • Lesson2.1
      Personal Motivation
    • Lesson2.2
      Extrinsic Motivators, Introduction
    • Lesson2.3
      Extrinsic Motivators, Resource Review
    • Lesson2.4
      Extrinsic Motivators: Your Experience
    • Lesson2.5
      Replacing Extrinsic Motivators with Intrinsic Ones
    • Lesson2.6
      Trauma as a Barrier to Motivation
    • Lesson2.7
      Think About the Nest
  • Relationships Matter 0/4

    James Comer says that no significant learning happens without a significant relationship. In this section, you'll explore some strategies for build relationships with your students.

    • Lesson3.1
      Introduction to Relationships
    • Lesson3.2
      My Classroom Relationships
    • Lesson3.3
      My Classroom Relationships: The Next Step
    • Lesson3.4
      Discussion: Classroom Relationships
Mike Anderson has been an educator for more than 25 years. A public school teacher for 15 years, he has also taught preschool, coached school swim teams, and taught university graduate level classes. He now works as a consultant providing professional learning for teachers throughout the US and beyond. In 2004, Mike was awarded a national Milken Educator Award, and in 2005 he was a finalist for NH Teacher of the Year. In 2020, he was awarded the Outstanding Educational Leader Award by NHASCD for his work as a consultant. A best-selling author, Mike has written eight books about great teaching and learning. When not working, Mike can be found hanging with his family, tending his perennial gardens, and searching for new running routes around his home in Durham, NH.

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