What Behavioral Changes Can I Make to Inspire Enthusiasm in My Classroom?
Most faculty have known instructors who are deeply inspiring. They bring a passion for their content, coupled with a strong desire to impart that passion, that ignites student interest and learning in their classes. By contrast, it is easy to think of professors who seem to have so little interest in their own lectures that they deaden enthusiasm for learning just by their lackluster presentation methods. Does this mean that in order to be an effective instructor, one must be a dynamic and charismatic public speaker? Thankfully, no. Explore the phenomena of emotional contagion and affective crossover, both rooted in the emerging science of emotion, to develop techniques that enable faculty to inspire students, foster enthusiasm, and motivate learning.
Purchase the What Behavioral Changes Can I Make to Inspire Enthusiasm in My Classroom? 20-Minute Mentor program, presented by Flower Darby. In this 20-minute session, learn how emotions can impact students and how to capture the emotional attention of your students in order to inspire them to share our enthusiasm.
By the end of the mentor, participants will be able to:
- Explore the importance of emotional contagion and affective crossover
- Develop effective teacher qualities that do not depend on personality traits, but instead take advantage of affective crossover
- Implement strategies based on the science of emotion to increase your ability to inspire and motivate your students
- Emotional contagion
- Affective crossover
- Knowledge emotions
- Techniques and strategies to maximize learning
This program will benefit:
- Faculty developers
- Instructional designers
Product Code: QM18GA