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Class 10 gets motivated

Motivation is not only important in its own right. It is also an important predictor of learning and achievement. Students who are more motivated to learn persist longer, produce higher quality effort, learn more deeply, and perform better in classes and on  standardized tests. It’s common sense, but it’s also reinforced by hundreds of research and
studies. Given the key role that student motivation plays in learning, making our Centre more meaningful for students seems vital to educational reinforcement tutorials. Encouraging students to find value in what they’re learning can lead to more interest in the topic they are learning, increased engagement, and higher achievement. Month of January saw different deployments towards motivation through appropriate emphasis on testing and grading, free with praise and constructive criticism. We also discussed with students the importance of setting realistic goals followed by students' active teaching activities.