b. Change the setting – take them out for a lesson under the open skies once in a while
c. Use games, visual cues, flash cards, creative tests, etc. wherever possible
d. Give unexpected offs at times to switch from predictable routines
b. Participate with the student while they tackle a problem or an assignment, motivate them to think in multiple ways while solving a problem
c. Seek feedback from your student every week or so (keep the conversation informal, ask them what you could do better or more for making the learning more effective)
You’ll see an instantaneous spike in the student’s motivation levels, try it to believe us! We bet, this works the fastest of all tricks.
b. Strategic learners: reward them by offering competition or physical rewards like a goody bag once in a month or a major prize if they score better than your other students in same grade
c. Impassioned learners: they are self-motivated to learn however going beyond syllabus to discuss real life application of the concepts and theories discussed can keep motivated longer