STUDENT ENGAGEMENT & MOTIVATION

Reach the students in the gaps and stretch the go-getters maximizing instruction for all students.

This is one professional development training that actually helps teachers develop their craft of teaching.

Have you ever served students who are unmotivated or refuse to work?  The disengaged student is one of the most difficult students to work with since they have, likely, checked out of the learning process.

In these situations, it is imperative for the teacher to build a good rapport with the student, help the student connect with the content and make learning something that is was not before (a laborious event in which they feel they were most likely not equipped to do).

In this training educators are encouraged and equipped to meet the standards and benchmarks required of schools today by tapping into the creativity and passion that drove them into education in the first place.

Educators will be challenged to destroy the curve by developing a plan to help ALL students succeed in a reality where there is less time to do more.

This training includes unique, research-based strategies to maximize student engagement and motivation. Time to Teach strategies will help:

  • Encourage positive feelings
  • Promote self-efficacy
  • Maintain attention and interest in the classroom
  • Improve connectedness and relevancy with concepts
  • Share best practices so the whole team can reach the students in your school with maximum effectiveness!

We don't have to teach to 'the middle.' When used effectively, differentiated instruction can be a highly effective tool to help every student succeed while helping teachers love their jobs again.

  • Reach students where they're at
  • Increase student achievement
  • Teach students how to learn
  • Gain parental support
  • Decrease behavioral challenges
  • Close the learning gaps
  • Have fun teaching your content
  • Share best practices with other teachers working with the same students

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STUDENT ENGAGEMENT & MOTIVATION

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