Motivating unmotivated college students: Applying Glasser's quality school teacher techniques

McCluskey, Jim; Parish, Thomas S.
June 1996
College Student Journal;Jun96, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p254
Academic Journal
Offers tips to facilitate the process of teaching college students to do quality work. Glasser technique for motivating unmotivated students; Importance of teaching what interests students; Need for professors to have an awareness and a respect for the interests of their students; Natural opportunities to become acquainted with students; Effective communication.


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