How does the Pace of Instruction Impact Motivation in the Classroom?

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Check Out the New Blog Our method of communicating with the students can be a source of motivation in the classroom.When students are instructed at a quick pace, they generally show a higher rate of academic engagement and lower rate of misbehavior. Hence, it is a useful tool for motivation in the classroom.

To accomplish a rapid rate of group instruction:

  • Align instructional content to match learner’s skill levels. This ensures a high rate of student success and understanding.
  • Present academic material at a brisk pace to hold student attention.
  • Encourage lots of active student participation.
  • Maintain the momentum of instruction by managing transitions between learning activities. This results in students remaining fully engaged.

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