Distance Learning: Your curriculum is not the problem.

Student motivation is.

Your lesson plans aren't the reason students may not show up and engage this school year. Remember: until recently, they’ve spent most of their lives learning how to become good learners within real classrooms — they haven’t yet learned how to be good remote learners. It takes time, and the right tools to motivate them.

Research has long shown that student motivation is essential to the learning process, leading to:

  • greater satisfaction with school experiences
  • greater school completion and student attendance rates
  • less cases of acting-out behaviors



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