- Gain a basic understanding of behavior modification as it relates to motivation
- Define motivation and evaluate how classroom structures support or hinder motivation in students
- Explore the roots of underachievement
- Learn practical strategies to increase student motivation
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Alesha Haybin is currently a Coordinator of Gifted Services at the Licking County Educational Service Center, and serves as the Scholarship Committee Chair on the OAGC Governing Board and is Past-President of Gifted Coordinators of Central Ohio (GCCO). She has been an educator for almost 20 years with 17 of those working directly with gifted students and their families. She has found the most profound impact can be made as a result of relationships that nurture the social and emotional development of each student while stretching them intellectually. Alesha holds a B.A. in elementary education and a M.S. in educational psychology and gifted instruction. Born and raised in Oregon, Alesha most enjoys going on adventures with her family and visiting the beautiful Northwest.
Jeremy – VAN WERT CITY (verified owner) –
Chuck – VAN WERT CITY (verified owner) –
This course had some great strategies.
Jennifer – CHARDON LOCAL (verified owner) –
Vicki – BEAVERCREEK CITY (verified owner) –
I thought it made very valid points about the importance of relationships with learning.
Alberto – UNITED ISD (verified owner) –
Offers great ideas to motivate students
Rosa – UNITED ISD (verified owner) –
Gilda – UNITED ISD (verified owner) –
It was great!
Cindy – UNITED ISD (verified owner) –
Valerie – RIDGEDALE LOCAL (verified owner) –
This was a good course that gave a basic lesson on behavior modification, specifically geared towards motivating underachieving students. Good for any grade level.
Jeannette – UNITED ISD (verified owner) –
It was very interesting and I learned a lot of new ways to motivate my students.