Phase 2 : Student Connection
Motivate to Education
Problem: A teacher’s toughest challenge is learning how to
motivate students who don’t seem to be interested in learning.
Objective: to prepare teachers for success on the “first day
of class” by showing them how to connect, motivate, and educate ALL of their students
(even the ones who are hard to reach)
Format: Workshop Only | Duration: 1 to 2 hrs.
How many times have you heard the phrase, "I give up, Johnny just won't learn!"
So, what came first, education or motivation? Well, studies show that
you can't teach a child anything unless you can first get the child to listen. That's
where motivation comes into play.
The #1 question on
most teachers' (and parents) mind is, "How do I motivate my child(ren)?"
Ironically, the answer isn't as difficult as you may think.
There's only one type of motivation, and that's "self
motivation." You've probably heard the saying, "You can lead a horse to water…"
Yes, and the same holds true for students; "You can lead a student to school, but you can't make him think."
The key to motivating your students is to first find out what
motivates them, and then use that lethal weapon against them (in a positive way).
In his trademark, unique style, "America's #1 Educator
Motivator," Professor Joe, will show you groundbreaking strategies on how to:
Get students excited about learning and coming to class.
Unlock the #1 key to motivating any student, regardless
of his or her aptitude.
Get students to accept responsibility for their own
future (and success).
Get students to take action without "lecturing"
Get students to respect you and revere you as of their
And much more!
So, if you think you've tried everything…think again. There's still
hope to "motivate to educate."
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