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10 Ways to Motivate Students Infographic

In my on going quest to look at resources for everyone for their iObservation key strategies as they come to me through my email, I came across the following infographic (you have how much I love those!) that seemed to be a great, visual way to send out some tips for those of you who fall within the "What will I do to engage students?" category for your target element.

As I read through the tips, they seem to be pretty solid ideas to pull our kids back in to get them to focus on what we need to be working on and keep them from slipping through the cracks so much and so fast.



What do you think? Do you think it is pretty accurate?



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