Sometimes teachers feel like all they are doing is pushing and pulling students to learn. Help them learn how to motivate students to learn.
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Geared to Any Age:
- An Often Missing Element in the Bible Learning Process
- Motivating People to Learn
- Students Glad to Go to Class?
- Teachers' View of the Bible: It It Affects Motivations
Geared to Children:
- 3 Simple Steps To Motivating Kids
- 5 Things You Can Do to Encourage Kids' Motivation in Children's Ministry
- Ban the Rewards
- Can the Candy ("The proliferation of bribes and gimmicks is a common scene in children's ministry today. But do the prizes and gimmicks affect children's hearts -- or only their behavior?")
- Extrinsic Motivation: Using Rewards In Children's Ministry
- How Children Are Motivated To Learn
- How to Get Kids Hooked on the Bible
- How to Make Christ Relevant to Christian Kids Who Never Miss a Sunday
- Motivating Grade School Children to Learn
- Motivating Preschoolers to Learn
- Why Bribing Kids Hurts Their Spiritual Growth
- What's Wrong With Rewards?
Geared to Teens:
Geared to Adults:
- How to Motivate Adults to Learn
- Motivating Young Adults to Learn
- Motivating Middle Aged Adults to Learn
- Motivating Senior Adults to Learn
- Seven Categories of Consequences to Motivate Heart Change by Pamela Schoettler at the 2009 Northwest Christian Education Conference (on CD or MP3)
- Help! My students don't want to be here! They don't want to learn! by Ministry Tools Resource Center
- Motivating Students to Believe ... and act on what they believe by Ministry Tools Resource Center
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