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Empower Your Students: Tools to Inspire a Meaningful School Experience, Grades 6-12 (Increase Motivation and Engagement in the Classroom)

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Discover how to motivate students in the classroom, using the elements of EMPOWER--exploration, motivation, participation, openness, willingness, empathy, and resilience. Make school a positive, meaningful experience in your students' lives and cultivate intrinsic motivation. This highly practical resource offers enjoyable, engaging classroom activities, as well as ...more
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Published August 8th 2017 by Solution Tree
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Christine Sleeter
Sep 24, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Empower your Students helps teachers frame what they do in the classroom -- their curriculum, their interactions and relationships with students, relationships with colleagues and with parents -- from what is meaningful to the teacher to what is meaningful to the students. This book shows teachers how to open the door to invite in what students see as meaningful. The first half provides detailed activities to engage students in identifying and then learning to work with their own values to make ...more
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