2 edition of Motivating low-achieving students found in the catalog.
Motivating low-achieving students
Gary L. Reglin
Includes bibliographical references (p. 157-164) and indexes.
|Statement||by Gary L. Reglin.|
|LC Classifications||LC4691 .R44 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 176 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||176|
|LC Control Number||92046569|
The term “high-stakes” testing often brings to mind the standardized state tests used for accountability. But teacher-designed classroom tests may be more effective at motivating students than state tests if the classroom tests have a direct effect on students’ grades. Even among standardized tests, the stakes and the level of motivation. As teachers provided more opportunities for students to complete challenging, collaborative, and multi-day assignments, students became less focused on performance goals, and low-achieving students reported less work avoidance. The educational implications of this research are discussed.
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Reglin. These same education researchers, Guthrie et al, have also published an e-book () Motivation, achievement, and Classroom Contexts for Information Book Reading, to document their pursuit of what motivates students to read and what classroom contexts best promote note in their e-book that because schools are seeing an "increase in.
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Gary L. Reglin is the author of Achievement for African-American Student ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Motivating Low-Achievin 2/5(2). For most students, the intermediate years offer the last opportunity to prevent continued failure in reading and writing.
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Churchill, Presentation design for ‘conceptual Motivating low-achieving students book learning objects, Br. These years are a critical bridge to the middle grades where the tendency is to be less personalized and focused on individual needs. Supporting Struggling Readers and Writers provides teachers, administrators, and staff developers with the best research-based practice on the literacy learning and teaching of low-achieving intermediate students.
Low-Cost Mindset Interventions Show Promise in the past decade as a way of motivating students have worked much better for low-achieving students than for high-achieving or average Author: The Hechinger Report.
Teaching low-achieving students requires understanding and a specific set of skills from an educator. According to McREL, there are six classroom strategies that benefit traditionally low-achieving strategies are: 1.
Whole classroom instruction – This is where, “the teacher delivers a lesson to a classroom of students all at one time, using constructivist or. Supporting Struggling Readers and Writers will help you improve the reading and writing development of the most perplexing and needy children in your classroom.
Excerpt This book is intended to offer the best research-based practice on the literacy learning and teaching of low-achieving students. Teaching Handicapped Students English: A Resource Handbook for K Teachers.
Price, Jane W., Ed. One of five volumes devoted to teaching content subjects to the handicapped, the book addresses ways in which elementary and secondary regular class teachers have successfully worked with mainstreamed students in : Jane W.
Price. Motivating Children choose a book to be read to the class, assist the librarian, lead a class game, or eat lunch with the teacher. Remember that many low-achieving students deny the importance of studying and stop working to avoid the shame of having tried and failed. How to motivate students 6.
7 • S/he is clearly the MAJOR factor in the continuance of a student’s motivation in a positive classroom atmosphere.
How to motivate students The teacher: ASSIT IN SETTING AND MONITORING GOALS 7. 8 •The way in which teaching and learning take place is VITAL. How to motivate students The method: 8. effective teaching practices for all the key aspects of literacy instruction that can be realistically implemented in the context of the classroom teacher's many demands;recommendations for motivating low-achieving students;suggestions for working with English Language Learners;strategies for small-group instruction, word study, reading.
Supporting Struggling Readers and Writers provides teachers, administrators, and staff developers with the best These years are a critical bridge to the middle grades where the tendency is to be less personalized and focused on individual needs/5.
9 FIVE TECHNIQUES FOR MOTIVATING LOW-ACHIEVING. STUDENTS IN CONTENT READING Patricia Cohen Gold. 10 THE FIRST SONGS OF SUMMER. David I. Steinberg and Judith E. Traub. A BAKER'S DOZEN OF COMPOSITION STRATEGIES.
FOR MILDLY HANDICAPPED CHILDREN. Walter F Saws er and James R Clement. 12 STRUCTURED. Assisting and motivating low performing students is a requisite to improved performance.
Ammann and Mittelsteadt () recount how the failure cycle was broken for one group of high school students. By using newspapers instead of traditional reading skills material for classroom reading and writing activities, students who had failed for years.
The Effect of Motivational Learning Companions on Low Achieving Students and Students with Disabilities Beverly P. Woolf, 1 Ivon Arroyo, 1 Kasia Muldner, 2 Winslow Burleson, 2. Motivating Students. This chapter from the book Tools for Teaching by Barbara Gross Davis (Jossey-Bass Publishers: San Francisco, ) is a great place to start for ideas and tips about increasing student motivation in your classes.
The author presents a handy distillation of research on motivation and uses examples and anecdotes that bring this material to life. Many students adopt an attitude of indifference to hard work, a stance that implies both confidence in their own ability and a casual regard for academic success.
At the extreme, many low-achieving students deny the importance of learning and withhold the effort it requires in order to avoid the stigma of having tried and failed. ED Motivating Low Performing Adolescent Readers. ERIC Digest. ERIC Development Team Table of Contents If you're viewing this document online, you can click any of the topics below to link directly to that section.Motivation is the desire to act in service of a goal.
It's the crucial element in setting and attaining one's objectives—and research shows that people can influence their own levels of.Motivating Reluctant Learners book, test, certificate and sticker.
To order your free package, contact: Pinehill Drive “Motivating Students to Do Qual-ity Work,” an article in Rethinking Schools Online, describes an elemen-tary school’s use of student portfoliosFile Size: KB.