Motivate High Achievers
Many parents and educators would agree that student motivation is an ever evolving aspect of the learning process. Student motivation is a quality that most lessons, activities, interventions, and accommodations include. Whether in the form of making learning more visual or hands on or inquiry-based or accelerated, it is It is also one of the most challenging aspects of learning that can stunt parents and teachers alike. For high achievers (Keep in mind this descriptor is not limited to students formally identified as gifted), it takes a little more finesse and savvy to keep them engaged in their learning. Here are some ideas that will likely keep you on top of what motivates your high achiever.
In a recent Facebook Live event, I provided an overview of these suggestions. My team and I would love to hear how they helped you and your high achiever. Post your comments below.
Dr. Owens is an educator, expert, and advocate for children with exceptional abilities. A Florida native, she enjoys learning about different cultures, traditions, and languages. Dr. Owens resides in Charleston, South Carolina with her young family.