Ideas to Facilitate the Development of Intrinsic Motivation in Students

Wednesday, October 10, 2018 | READ MORE

“Intriguing research shows that when students have intrinsic motives for learning — when they engage not for external reward but because they find the activity itself interesting and gratifying — they become more likely to attach meaning to their work, explore new topics, and persist in the face or learning challenges.”

In a research story by the Harvard Graduate School of Education, the ideas of autonomy in learning, relatedness, and competence seem to be the key aspects of inspiring a student to form intrinsic motivation to succeed. Whether it be teachers conducting their classrooms or tutors engaging their students, the nurturing of intrinsic motivation within each student is the underlying foundation for ensuring that they succeed individually.


Is Average Over?

Friday, August 18, 2017 | READ MORE

Originally published on Nov 15, 2012

What is the “formula for success” in America? How has it evolved in the last decade? Has America dropped the ball? New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman’s wants America to stop being average.