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Engaging Students with Poverty in Mind: Practical Strategies for Raising Achievement Engaging Students with Poverty in Mind: Practical Strategies for Raising Achievement by Eric Jensen
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“Impulsivity is commonly misdiagnosed as AD/HD, but it is actually an exaggerated response to stress that serves as a survival mechanism:”
Eric Jensen, Engaging Students with Poverty in Mind: Practical Strategies for Raising Achievement
“remember that showing you care has more of an effect on student motivation than your level of content knowledge. When you yourself are enthusiastic and engaged, your students will feel more excited about learning and will almost always work harder.”
Eric Jensen, Engaging Students with Poverty in Mind: Practical Strategies for Raising Achievement
“Make good grades the by-product of success in your class, not the central goal.”
Eric Jensen, Engaging Students with Poverty in Mind: Practical Strategies for Raising Achievement
“aggression enables a student to feel in control and take charge of a situation.”
Eric Jensen, Engaging Students with Poverty in Mind: Practical Strategies for Raising Achievement
“giving students appropriate amounts of control over their daily lives at school helps diminish the effects of chronic and acute stress and increases engagement.”
Eric Jensen, Engaging Students with Poverty in Mind: Practical Strategies for Raising Achievement