Motivate Students through habits
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Every classroom has triggers and cues that inform behaviour. This behaviour over time becomes a habit.
Motivated students are in control. They act for rewards.
Positive habit formation relies on forming group norms, appropriate cues and rewards. This presentation gives tips and tricks on how to change the unconsciou cues and rewards in your class to shift the habits of your class. Which in turn will help them to self motivate.
This presentation was informed by the work of th habit formation master Charles Duhigg and the scientific studies he has conducted for his book The power of habit and William Glassers Choice theory.