Developing Intrinsic Motivation in Students
March 5, 2013 4 to 5 p.m. ET
Explore the methods used by accomplished educators to build intrinsic, or self-directed, motivation in students. Our expert guests—teacher and author Larry Ferlazzo and principal Chris Wejr—will provide background and actionable strategies for creating conditions in classrooms and schools that inspire students to take greater ownership of their learning and futures.
Register for this webinar for just $49, or select the full three-part series and pay only $129. You will also get a certificate of completion and 3 months of on-demand access.
Chris Wejr is principal of Kent Elementary School in British Columbia, Canada, and a former math and science teacher. Under his leadership, Kent Elementary has moved away from awards, rewards, and honor rolls, and has seen increased achievement and a more positive school culture as a result.
Larry Ferlazzo is an award-winning English and social studies teacher at Luther Burbank High School in Sacramento, Calif., and the author of Self-Driven Learning: Teaching Strategies for Student Motivation. Receive 20% off this title when you register for this webinar!
Moderated by Anthony Rebora, managing editor, Education Week Teacher
Register now for all three webinars in the new series THE DRIVEN CLASSROOM, including:
• Intentional Teaching: Infusing Instruction With Purpose With Douglas Fisher and Nancy Frey
• Daniel Pink on How Teachers Can ‘Sell’ More to Students