Thank you for sharing your expertise and excellent resources. I am particularly interested in additional tools and support for motivating students. Do you have additional information or suggestions regarding motivating students to become self-directed learners and developing their self efficacy?

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Paul Bulakowski, Apr 19, 2018

https://www.CoreAtlas.ioTested in classrooms grade 3 & up (rural, urban, high/low SES). Based completely on the learning science, and what helps Students INTRINSIC motivation (because learning is rewarding). Happy to demo anytime.. and thank you for being a progressive, Student-first [email protected]://www.mindmyeducation.com/teachers/https://www.mindmyeducation.com/request-demo

Samantha Brumley, Apr 19, 2018

Being clear about expectations around rigor and mastery and creating opportunities for students to develop SEL and non-cognitive skills can be beneficial to all learners. At TLA, we recently released a resource series focused on diverse learners, but this entry, in particular, speaks to how these strategies can help keep students motivated and can ensure high standards for all students in the classroom:https://practices.learningaccelerator.org/problem-of-practice/how-do-i-ensure-rigor-and-high-expectations-for-the-whole-student-in-blended-personalized-learning-classrooms

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