Amanda Haddock

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Motivating Your Students | Origin: ED102 | New comment by Amanda Haddock

Students can lose their enthusiasm about the subject area very quickly if they don't know how they are doing in the course. Immediate feedback helps them to know they are doing well or shows them...

Keeping Your Focus on the Students | Origin: ED102 | New comment by Amanda Haddock

The key points to rapport  are trust and understanding of others' concerns..,. if you can manage those two things, students will see you as someone they can trust and believe you have a genuine...

General Strategies for Student Retention | Origin: ED102 | New comment by Amanda Haddock

By providing opportunities for the development of self-respect within instructional settings, instructors will be enabling students to really focus on the acquirement of new knowledge and skills....

Understanding Student Characteristics | Origin: ED102 | New comment by Amanda Haddock

Students are driven to be successful for a number of reasons. They want to succeed and, in an ideal world, they would. The reality is that in spite of their desire to succeed and the best intentions,...

Student Empowerment Applied | Origin: ED144 | New comment by Amanda Haddock

Empowering assignments should be authentic and challenging so they will encourage students to engage in exploring and reflecting on how well their learning experiences fit their interests, aptitudes...

Ways to Promote Student Empowerment | Origin: ED144 | New comment by Amanda Haddock

Learning leaders need to be student-centered in all aspects of their instructional planning. It is important that they continue their own professional development so they can learn about and use the...

Principles of Student Empowerment | Origin: ED144 | New comment by Amanda Haddock

Even if when students are not doing well they need to be shown that they are valued as human beings and that their instructor is there to help them to be successful. Positive body language and facial...

Student Empowerment Profiled | Origin: ED144 | New comment by Amanda Haddock

In order for student empowerment to occur there must be meaningful student involvement. Student involvement is built upon student ownership and investment. Learners need to be invested in themselves...

Two Types of Motivators: Intrinsic & Extrinsic | Origin: ED112 | New comment by Amanda Haddock

In our program extrinsic motivation is what brings people in but we have to find the intrinsic motivation in order to succeed. 

Two Types of Motivators: Intrinsic & Extrinsic | Origin: ED112 | New comment by Amanda Haddock

Going to be taking a good look at the way we are motivating our students both intrinsically and extrinsically