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“ I don’t care!” “Why do we have to?” “I’m done!” Classic avoidance Real potential Characteristics © Center for Learning & Development, 2014
© Center for Learning & Development, 2014 Chunk and provide feedback Random, unannounced rewards Invite a special guest
physical needs not met can’t do the work (Wright, 2011) © Center for Learning & Development, 2014
Play to her strengths. Play to her strengths. Create opportunities for success. Create opportunities for success. Differentiate instruction. Differentiate instruction. Set up “secret signal.” Set up “secret signal.” Teach study strategies. Teach study strategies. Advocate for remediation. Advocate for remediation. © Center for Learning & Development, 2014
physical needs not met not connected can’t do the work (Wright, 2011) © Center for Learning & Development, 2014
empathy listening warmth © Center for Learning & Development, 2014 authentic, positive relationship relationship studentperformancestudentperformance (Hattie, 2009)
physical needs not met convinced she can’t do the work not connected can’t do the work (Wright, 2011) © Center for Learning & Development, 2014
morale achievable chunks mistakes progress leadership preview build
physical needs not met convinced she can’t do the work can’t see the purpose not connected can’t do the work (Wright, 2011) © Center for Learning & Development, 2014
physical needs not met convinced she can’t do the work can’t see the purpose not “hooked” not connected can’t do the work (Wright, 2011) © Center for Learning & Development, 2014
“hook ‘em” beat your record surprise hands-on anchor warm- ups visuals humor
But…what if all of this doesn’t work? © Center for Learning & Development, 2014
© Center for Learning & Development, 2014 Motivational Assessment Tool
© Center for Learning & Development, 2014
Extinction Burst Resistance
UNMOTIVATED? © Center for Learning & Development, 2014 We keep looking for change to come from the student – but we are the ones that need to change Or MISUNDERSTOOD?
© Center for Learning & Development, 2014 To register for your “Teacher-to-Teacher” DVD and to download the Motivation Assessment Tool, an interest inventory, and other extra materials, go to our website at http://www.cldtx.org /workshops/conferen ces/tmsa2015 To register for your “Teacher-to-Teacher” DVD and to download the Motivation Assessment Tool, an interest inventory, and other extra materials, go to our website at http://www.cldtx.org /workshops/conferen ces/tmsa2015
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