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18 September 2020 | Source: Oswaal Books Editorial Board
As a teacher, you must have met many students over the years who are not interested in learning new things. Some may appear lazy, disorganized, and apathetic. There must be times in your career when you feel to just give up. But, that is not the correct way to go. As a teacher, you must encourage and motivate the students to give the best performances of their life.
These students need us to invest in them and inspire them to become great. Only then the duty of a teacher is fulfilled, it will not be easy but the joy the faces will make it happen. You can try and use the workbooks in a more fun manner to engage them in an interesting conversation. This will remind them that they are capable of anything in this world and start a new journey in their life.
The teachers, who are students’ favorite just do a simple thing, they keep their students motivated. They make learning a fun and engaging experience.
Here Oswaal Books shares some tips on how to motivate the students to learn something new every day and Give Their Best Performance:
1. Encourage them
Sometimes students who appear lazy or disorganized need a bit of support from your side. These students are actually discouraged because they are not understanding the procedures around them. So, giving them some inspirational words can do a lot of wonders. Words are the most thing in the world, use them wisely, and importantly encourage the students with your kind words. Share the story of some successful athletes or scientists with your students. Some of them may find it relatable and take motivation from that story.
2. Make learning fun
You don’t need to do convoluted activities to make the learning fun. You just need to be an avid teacher and let the art flow through you. To make it more fun you can use the stories in a funny manner. sometimes Taking classes outside the classroom will help them in experiential learning.
3. Develop a bond with the students
when you find any student who has a problem take him aside and talk to them. Having a one on one conversation would give a boost to their confidence. Develop a friendly bond with your students it will help them to share their problems with you.
4. Make sure they are active in the class
To learn something new you need to be working towards the goal to learn it. So, if you want them to learn something new you need to make sure they are working in your class and not just listening. Reward them for performing well, they will put more effort every time they are given a task.
5. Involve the parents in the process
Involving the parents is such a great idea, so you need to involve them and give them feedback on what they can do to improve the learning abilities of their children.
Overall you need to pro-active to motivate your students to learn and what better way to do that is by gifting them relevant help books.
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