One of the most difficult aspects of becoming a teacher is learning how to motivate your students. It is one of the most important. Students who are not motivated will not learn effectively. They won’t retain information, won’t participate, and may even become disrupted students. Students may be unmotivated; they feel that they have no interest in the subject. It may eventually come to light that students who appeared unmotivated actually have difficulty learning and need special attention while motivating them can be difficult.
Motivated students are more excited to learn and participate; as teachers, we need to do different and participate; as teachers, we need to do different strategies. Motivating students to be enthusiastically receptive is one of the most aspects of mathematics instruction and critical aspect in any curriculum. Effective teachers focus attention on the less interested students as well as the motivated ones. When the students are challenged intellectually, react with enthusiasm. The problem must definitely lead to a lesson and within reach of students’ ability. Teach your students to have a growth mindset. The first step to helping your students love math is to help them realize that they can get better.