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Our top ten student motivation strategies

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Motivation is an important factor in student learning. Students that are highly motivated have the best learning outcomes. Although motivation is heavily influenced by student attributes and varies between learning domains, the classroom environment also has a significant impact on student motivation. Teachers can employ a variety ways to increase and encourage their student motivation. Because many theorists describe motivation as the need to satisfy psychological wants for independence, skill, connection or belonging. The following motivational tactics are centered on meeting such needs.

  1. Give student a sense of control.
  2. Make things fun.
  3. Track students’ progress.
  4. Create a friendly environment.
  5. Create a positive competition.
  6. Offer group work.
  7. Give student responsibilities.
  8. Offer rewards.
  9. Establish relationship with your student.
  10. Set achievable goals.