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For questions about increasing the motivation of oneself and others to avoid procrastination, disinterest and failure.

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The most important aspect is the teacher's attitude. It sounds as though your students are already benefiting from yours. As @Cinco says above, motivation is not a static, unchangeable property … of particular students... A good teacher arouses the motivation indirectly, by creating the right environment for learning. Based on my experiences with some awesome professors, I will say DO …
answered Oct 25 '13 by J. Zimmerman
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In community/junior colleges, faculty members may be offered a small fee for supervising student's honors projects. In my experience, most of those who agree to do this put in far more work than would …
answered Dec 8 '13 by J. Zimmerman
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Tackle one aspect at a time. For example, on one pass, concentrate on fixing punctuation and make a conscious effort not to do anything about the other things that will inevitable jump out at you. (Y …
answered Feb 3 '14 by J. Zimmerman
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One of my favorite undergraduate classes had a original research requirement, as well as a publishing requirement. Neither was very stringent; the original research requirement was that we collect som …
answered Aug 5 '13 by J. Zimmerman