Motivate your Students for research

Twenty Tips on Motivating Students

 Few teachers would deny that motivated students are easier to teach, or that students who are interested in learning do, in fact, learn more. So how do teachers motivate their students? Here are some practiced, tried-and true strategies to get (and keep) your students interested in learning.
  1. Know your students’ names and use their names as often as possible.
  2. Plan for every class; never try to wing it.
  3. Pay attention to the strengths and limitations of each of your students. Reward their strengths and strengthen their weaknesses.
  4. If possible, set your room in a U-shape to encourage interaction among students.
  5. Vary your instructional strategies; use lectures, demonstrations, discussions, case studies, groups, and more.
  6. Review the learning objectives with your students. Be sure students know what they are expected to learn, do, know, etc.
  7. Move around the room as you teach.
  8. Make your classes relevant. Be sure students see how the content relates to them and the world around them.
  9. Be expressive. Smile.
  10. Put some excitement into your speech; vary your pitch, volume and rate.
  11. Give lots of examples.
  12. Encourage students to share their ideas and comments, even if they are incorrect. You’ll never know what students don’t understand unless you ask them.
  13. Maintain eye contact and move toward your students as you interact with them. Nod your head to show that you are listening to them.
  14. Provide opportunities for students to speak to the class.
  15. Be available before class starts, during break, and after class to visit with students.
  16. Return assignments and tests to students as soon as reasonably possible. Provide constructive feedback.
  17. Be consistent in your treatment of students.
  18. Make sure that your exams are current, valid, and reliable. Tie your assessment to your course objectives.
  19. Plan around 15-20 minute cycles. Students have difficulty maintaining attention after a longer period of time.
  20. Involve your students in your teaching. Ask for feedback.

Research Topics for Students:

  1. Animals
  2. American History
  3. Atoms
  4. Bats 
  5. Cells 
  6. Chemistry
  7. Chickens
  8. Civilizations
  9. Civil War
  10. Colonial Times
  11. Deserts
  12. Dinosaurs
  13. Earthquakes          
  14. Economics
  15. Electricity
  16. Famous Authors
  17. Food History
  18. Holidays     
  19. Immigration Light
  20. Lobsters     
  21. Magazines
  22. Magnets
  23. Math           
  24. The Moon
  25. Native Americans
  26. New Hampshire  
  27. Oceanography
  28. Planets
  29. Plants          
  30. Revolutionary War
  31. Rocks and Minerals
  32. Science       
  33. Simple Machines
  34. Space
  35. US Geography      
  36. Time
  37. Volcanoes
  38. Weather     
  39. Wetlands  
  40. Whales
  41. How Education system is killing creativity
  42. Popular culture
  43. Democracy and freedom of expression
  44. Political communication
  45. Introduction to bioengineering techniques in animals and plants
  46. Development of an Information Retrieval System based on an Artificial Neural Network Model with Python Programming Language
  47. Thermal-Hydraulic Experiments and Simulations for Nuclear Applications
  48. Multidisciplinary innovation course
  49. Reader-response methods
  50. Classroom Environment
  51. Phonics
  52. Peer Interaction
  53. Student Mentoring
  54. Concept Mapping
  55. Addressing Plagiarism
  56. Lesson Planning
  57. Schema Theory
  58. Classroom Management
  59. Reflective Teaching
  60. Differentiated Instruction
  61. Multiage Classrooms
  62. Team Teaching
  63. Self-Directed Learning
  64. Cooperative learning
  65. Socratic Method, The Whole Language
  66. Contract Learning
  67. Modeling
  68. Process Writing
  69. Direct Instruction
  70. Metacognition
  71. Artificial Intelligence in Schools
  72. Technology Access Gap
  73. Integrated Learning Systems
  74. Computer Assisted Instruction
  75. Web-based Instruction
  76. STEM fields & STEM Education
  77. Educational Software
  78. Virtual Learning in the Public Schools
  79. Hypermedia in Education
  80. Intelligent Tutoring Systems
  81. Computers in the Classroom
  82. Anchored Instruction
  83. Free & Open Source Software in Education
  84. Assistive Technology in Education
  85. Image processing, machine learning, and mobile computing for climate, agriculture, and biodiversity
  86. Standard Temperature and Pressure
  87. Solids, Liquids, and Gases
  88. Protons and Neutrons
  89. Strong and Weak Acids and Basics
  90. Critical Thinking Study Guide
  91. Is criminal behavior biologically determined
  92. Home-schooling
  93. Is there a cancer epidemic due to industrial chemicals in the environment?
  94. Global warming
  95. Student Peer Evaluation
  96. Formative & Summative Assessment
  97. Rubrics
  98. Achievement Tests
  99. Norm-referenced testing



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