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Author Lavoie, Richard D.
Title The motivation breakthrough : secrets to turning on the tuned-out child / Richard Lavoie ; a production of State of the Art, Inc. ; developed by Richard Lavoie & Janet Lavoie ; producer & director, Dana Sheets.
Pub Info [United States] : PBS Video, ©2008.
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 Truro-Childrens Coll.  PARENT DVD 370.15 MOT     AVAILABLE
Descript 1 videodisc (90 min.)
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Note Originally produced as a television program for Public Broadcasting Service in 2007.
On container : The motivation breakthrough : secrets to turning on the tuned-out child.
"DVD special feature: The Myth of Classroom Competition: Why Contests, Games, Quizzes and Tests Don't Motivate Students"--Container.
Credits Editor, Travis Barton; camera, Eric Martin ... [et al.]; executive producer, Gerardine Wurzberg.
Summary "What does it take to motivate the 'forgotten' student that traditional methods just don't seem to reach? Educator Richard Lavoie draws on decades of teaching experience to demonstrate six basic motivational styles and strategies for inspiring the most withdrawn and reluctant student. In this lively workshop presentation for parents and teachers, based on his recent book The Motivation Breakthrough: Six Secrets to Turning on the Tuned-Out Child, Lavoie touches all the bases. He explains how to tap into an apathetic or learning-disabled student's secret need for prestige, power, praise, or reward"--Container.
Note Closed captioned.
In English or Spanish ; with optional Spanish subtitles.
Subject Motivation in education.
Achievement motivation in children.
Learning, Psychology of.
Genre Spanish language materials.
Films for the hearing impaired.
DVDs.
DVD-Video discs.
Add Author Lavoie, Janet.
Sheets, Dana.
State of the Art, Inc.
PBS Video.
Public Broadcasting Service (U.S.)
Add Title Myth of classroom competition : why contests, games, quizzes and tests don't motivate students.
ISBN 079369387X
9780793693870
Stndrd # 841887008884
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