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Written, developed, designed, and presented to teachers and school leaders for immediate application, this handbook provides: General frameworks for thinking about motivation, Hundreds of strategies from middle and high school educators who have succeeded in motivating students to learn, A deeper understanding of the needs of students as those needs relate to students' motivational levels.
Increasing Student Motivation fills an important niche in professional educational literature and will prove to be an invaluable resource for all educators who work with students and are concerned about how to help them maximize their potential.
|1||Motivation is a mindset||5|
|2||Motivation is influenced through observation||25|
|3||Motivation is affected by timing||35|
|4||Motivation is independence||47|
|5||Motivation is reflected in victory||57|
|6||Motivation involves action||67|
|7||Motivation is increased through transfer||79|
|8||Motivation is inherent to individuality||87|
|9||Motivation is rooted in ownership||101|
|10||Motivation is natural||113|
|Resource : Bloom's taxonomy, cognitive|