Motivating Students to Do Their Best Work

motivating students
Do you have students who don’t deliver good work? Sometimes it’s a case of not having the necessary skills, but not always. Students with skills have been known to deliver papers that show promise but aren’t well organized, fail to explore interesting ideas deeply, haven’t been proofread, and ignore assignment requirements. Their test and quiz scores are inconsistent, and they’re attitudes seem pretty nonchalant. It’s challenging to know how to reach these students.

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