Teacher: How to have a self-motivated classroom

Some schools are paying students in cash for earning good grades, but a better alternative would be for teachers to help students motivate themselves, says Larry Ferlazzo, a teacher and author. He suggests teachers praise students' efforts rather than their talent, assist students with self-control and build their confidence through periodic 15-minute writing assignments.

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