Director of Student Assessment DGSOM at UCLA Hawthorne, California
Everything you do as an educator either contributes to excellence among your students or tears it down. Do you wish students wanted to work harder? Wanted to be the best? You can make them want it! This session will make sense of the science behind human motivation and show you how that research can be applied to our classrooms. Many of the techniques behind peak performance are very easy to implement. Why not give your students a fighting chance at greatness? After all, each one of them is a reflection of you!
Identify classroom behaviors and attitudes that demoralize and detract from success.
List at least three activities that promote a student’s drive for excellence in EMS.
Appreciate that classroom and school ground attitudes, language, and behavior do directly impact the ability of any student to exceed expectations.