The course focuses on six key elements that Finnish teachers use regularly in their classrooms for motivating students. These elements are interaction and atmosphere, sensing students’ emotional needs, orientation, and visual materials, using prior knowledge and rewards to build motivation and social relationships between peers. This course is best suited for educators in elementary and secondary levels. However, all the motivational actions can quite easily be applied to higher levels too.
Skills you gain
Have a better understanding of intrinsic and extrinsic motivators.
Be able to improve the interaction between you and your students as well as the interaction between the students.
Know how to use intrinsic and extrinsic motivators in order to wake up your students’ motivation.
Motivating students is a challenge for many teachers. Motivation is a driving force for learning and engagement, but many students are struggling with it.
In this course, the focus is on the motivational aspects and actions that Finnish teachers have found useful in their classrooms. All of these actions are meant to wake up students’ curiosity and interest, engage the students as well as enhance their well-being in the group.
This course is produced by Learning Scoop.
How to pass?
The course is offered as a self-study online course. The course is asynchronous and can be completed at the participant’s own pace during 6 months.
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