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Motivating Students In order to motivate students, your classroom must be an enjoyable experience. Motivation will be next to impossible, if your classroom does not have an inviting atmosphere. What does your classroom look like? Is it sterile and clinical? Like a prison? Blank walls? Your classroom needs color and excitement. Put up posters. Put up students' work. You need to hook the students, as soon as they set foot in your classroom. Making your classroom an enjoyable place to learn is actually half the battle. Each child is different and requires a different motivation. Finding what motivates each student will help increase student achievement I would recommend the following pointers for motivating students: Remain Positive Remaining positive and focusing on achievement will motivate students. Consider creating a student of the week bulletin board to focus on the positives in each student. Provide Opportunities for Success Struggling students need to succeed in some small ways in order to be motivated to achieve in greater ways. Add simple questions to homework assignments, or asking basic questions and ensure that the weaker students have a chance to answer. Be Excited The more excited you are about something, the more excited your students will be. If you find the topic