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@alldes1017 : This is so nice and motivational, your right the things we say, think or do are.

Creating crossword puzzles are fun and a great way to learn without the feeling of intense pressure. Pop culture is a fantasic topic to encourage learning. You would relate your course subject to today's "Hot Topics" in pop culture

I received a thank you text from one of my students after the class had ended; he needed some additional help to grasp some of the material, and I made additional videos available to him to watch at his leisure.  It is those moments when we receive those little "thank yous" that should motivate and rejuvenate our spirits. 

How can we improve the method for basic learning?

One thing that we can do is not humilitate the students and appreciate their efforts.

We need to motivate weak students by encouraging them not by making fun of them or letting them down infront of class. Their minor response recieve a reward from thier instructor so that thier confidence is build up.

Sticky Notes Sticky Notes Sticky Notes!

As you write your goals and dreams, you are most likely to acheive them. A simple post it, can be the connection to your future. "And the LORD answered me, and said, Write the vision, and make it plain upon tables, that he may run that readeth it." Habbakuk 2:2 King James Bible


It works!!!!!

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I have found that creating your own puzzles can be a fun way of learning and retaining info. It reminds you of childhood activities, and children retain info much faster in certain areas. It keeps the class upbeat, while retaining large amounts of info.

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What have you found to be successful for motivating small group with not so intresting topics

please post something motivational for instructors to read

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