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A New Structure for Achievement

Unit 2:
Achievement Synchrony: Structure Your Class for Achievement

Putting elements of the educational process together inside your class creates a form of synchrony that produces more learning than if the elements occur separately.  This unit describes how teachers can structure the class to create synchrony which is linking two or more elements of the educational process.  This process is applied to produce greater self motivation, linking knowledge of how the brain learns with the existing curriculum,  shaping peer influence toward achievement, and creating positive collaboration between parents and teachers where character, achievement, and learning strategies are taught in class and at home.

Module 1: Developing achievement motivation:

Why students are not highly motivated, learn about and recognize the qualities of achievement motivation and how to organize your class so you teach students to be self motivated.

Module 2: Create synchrony between the way brains learn and your curriculum.

Organize or link knowledge of the brain and integrate that with your curriculum activities.

Module 3: Use the powerful teacher-student relationship

Increase achievement motivation and forge student-teacher interaction that invites students to learn your learning style and methods.

Module 4: Shape peer influence toward achievement:

The power of peer influence is often ignored by teachers or unsuccessfully utilized.  These conditions not only fail to capitalize on a powerful motivational tool but risks that students will forge subgroups which exist in opposition to learning goals.  Learn to fully marshal peer influence motivating all students to achieve.

Module 5: Learn and apply strategies of improving student participation in a class structured for achievement and collaborate with parents so they match this achievement environment in their homes and families.

Teachers learn and teach 3 “participation strategies” and collaborate with parents to do the same:

    • Character/social participation behavior:  e.g. dependability, cooperation, honesty, integrity  
    • Achievement skills: time management, positive attitude, reading to remember, note taking, and goal setting
    • Learning strategies memory strategies.

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