Award-winning teacher, blogger, and author Larry Ferlazzo is back with more insightful research and strategies for helping students want to care more about school and learning. In his previous books on motivation-Helping Students Motivate Themselves and Self-Driven Learning-he tackled ways to help students build intrinsic motivation by how you use class time, manage your class, encourage students to feel positive about learning, help them not feel burned out by testing, and more. In this book, he looks at how teachers can create classroom conditions that are needed for motivation to grow in the first place. Ferlazzo provides research-based suggestions on what you can do today to help students want to develop qualities like physical health, grit, flow, and a desire to transfer what they're learning to life outside of school.
At the end of each chapter, you'll find high-interest lesson plans, correlated to the Common Core ELA/Literacy Standards, that set the stage for long-term positive impacts. Students will read about sports stars, how maintaining a healthy lifestyle can help them achieve their goals, and other engaging topics. They will integrate information from various texts and make connections to their own lives, hopes and dreams-a more powerful way to learn to care than being told they should. The readings for these lessons and other tools are available as free eResources on our website so you can easily print them for your students.
This book is 3nd edition of the quick help book for parents: How to motivate your child. It is aimed for parents who care for their children and their success at school. How to motivate your child -book provides quick tips for parents of how to handle motivational issues. It discusses the topics of values, hidden interests, goals, and controlling negative feelings. You can set limits in a loving manner while having controls on the motivation. Parenting is a challenging, never-ending job. This book offers easy suggestions of how to charge up your parenting batteries, and how to handle negativity, procrastinating, and an unmotivated child. This is a quick help guide for parents who want to get their children to learn and to be interested in their schoolwork. This book goes through the key issues of what can cause lack of motivation, and what can the parents do when a child becomes unmotivated. How do parents know when they should do something more or something less for their child? This book helps the parents to understand what their children are going through, their different values, and feelings to get the expected results.
Do African American urban youth really possess the desire to live a life full of achievements? The Motivated Life shares a composite picture of the social and educational journey of a few urban male students and their step-by-step challenges as they reach for success in a fast track world. Shellie Sampson Jr., Ph.D., a former headmaster in an urban school, discusses the dynamics of goal-setting concepts while relying on the recent research of scholars as well as his own research conducted at an urban school in a major city. While sharing the results of a comprehensive study that included high school counselors, administrators, and African American male students, Dr. Sampson provides strategic information that will help others move their lives to more productive levels. He extensively covers urban trends that affect the lives of African American adolescents, goal-setting methods, and ways that young adults can build a motivated life. Society is filled with those who are coping with success in their own context, yet many are suffering from a devalued life of underachievement. The Motivated Life provides the encouragement that will enable all those who struggle with success to think, search, and create a new life for themselves.
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