The Motivation Mindset: Making Magic Happen!

The Motivation Mindset: Making Magic Happen!” is an exclusive free webinar designed to help teachers build student motivation in their classrooms.

Amber Richards, an experienced science teacher recognised by the International Science Teaching Foundation, will explore the best strategies teachers can use to make motivation an integral part of the learning process for students: 

  • Learn to identify and combat lethargy and low motivation in your classroom
  • Discover simple techniques to increase student self esteem and motivation
  • Develop strategies to make SEL and the 5E key parts of your teaching toolkit
  • Discuss and share best practises designed to help you work smarter not harder

“It’s a team approach. It’s tone. It’s a mindset”

Amber will share, based on more than 10 years of experience, what she wished she’d known when she started out and the simple but effective tweaks teachers can make to their pedagogical style to build student self esteem and help accelerate improvement in learning. 

The presentation will explore the pitfalls and problems every teacher needs to be aware of and how the materials you use may impact success in your classroom. Ever felt disappointed by an activity that didn’t really work as expected? Amber will show you how to avoid failure and ensure your hard work pays off each and every time

If you want to improve SEL (social emotional learning) in your classroom and increase fidelity to the 5E Model, join us for the Motivation Mindset webinar and let’s start to make the Magic Happen together!

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This 40-minute webinar is designed to help teachers make the most of their time in the classroom and help them increase student self-esteem and motivation. 

  • Best practices to boost intrinsic motivation in your students
  • SEL and 5E method strategies designed to work for you
  • A SMART approach to show students that they matter too!
  • Easy and simple ideas that you can incorporate in every class


Amber Richards
Master of Science in Education

Amber Richards is a successful and much loved science teacher based in Georgia, Atlanta. She has more than 14 years of experience as a science teacher in grades K-8 in charter and public schools. She loves teaching and her greatest pleasure is seeing kids learn.

She says wryly of the webinar, “It could almost be called, What I wished they’d taught me in teaching school or told me when I started teaching! I’m excited to be able to share with other teachers the tips and tricks I wish I’d known when I started out. Small changes can make a big impact and this webinar will teach you as a teacher how to get the best from your students!”

The International Science Teaching Foundation (ISTF) is a non-profit organization committed to improving STEM education, headquartered in London and Barcelona. The ISTF is formed by more than 30 scientists, educators and experts who work tirelessly to improve science teaching worldwide.

Science Bits is a curricular project for science teaching and learning in Secondary education designed on the basis of evidence on how we learn that increases motivation and improves student learning.

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