Originally Broadcasted on April 14th, 2022
Have you cracked the code to student motivation?
In our webinar series, School leaders and teachers will walk away with strategies to inspire students to take charge of their educational journeys and work hard to achieve their goals.
During this recorded webinar, you will:
- Gain a deeper understanding of the research behind student motivation, specifically on topics such as belonging and learner autonomy.
- Learn school-wide and classroom strategies that increase students’ intrinsic motivation, which translates to higher academic achievement and joyful classroom environments.
- Interact with the presenters in an engaging Q&A format and learn from colleagues who share similar goals and challenges.
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Meet the Hosts
Dr. Steve Ritter, Founder and Chief Scientist
As Founder and Chief Scientist at Carnegie Learning, Dr. Ritter has been developing, analyzing, and evaluating educational technology for over 20 years. He earned his Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology at Carnegie Mellon University and was instrumental in the development and evaluation of Cognitive Tutor for mathematics. He is the author of numerous papers on the design, architecture, and evaluation of Intelligent Tutoring Systems and other advanced educational technology. He currently leads the research team at Carnegie Learning, focusing on improving the educational effectiveness of its products and services.
Tarin Barrow, Director of Professional Learning, West
Tarin joined the Carnegie Learning Professional Learning team in 2019. Prior to joining Carnegie Learning, she was the Secondary Mathematics Coordinator for a school district in El Paso, Texas, overseeing mathematics instruction 6 through 12. She has a degree in mathematics with a minor in physics. Over the course of 10 years in the classroom, she taught 8th grade math through Pre-Calculus at Title 1 schools serving communities with large EL populations.