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Motivation in the ClassroomMotivation in the classroom can occur through two channels, the student and the teacher. Student motivation, which can be defined as the student’s desire to participate in the learning process (Lumsden, 1994), is the most essential part of the equation even though there are many factors which can influence a student’s level of motivation. The teacher’s role as a motivator is also very important and can influence their students depending on which methods of motivation a teacher believes is the best for their classroom. There are two basic types of motivational techniques, extrinsic and intrinsic. These motivational techniques can be used successfully with different theories on motivation and can easily be applied practically to an educational setting. Young children have high motivation levels and as they grow older their level of motivation for learning starts to decrease. There are several factors that can influence a child’s motivation level as they are progressing through school. The first factor is their home environment. Children who come from an environment where learning