Motivation for studies

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Re: Motivation for studies

Post by sammy_matthew » Fri Nov 02, 2018 8:48 am

i bought Chicken soup book for my daughters be the Best You Can be... after reading that book..her motivation is increasing... :)

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Re: Motivation for studies

Post by Rachel12 » Mon Nov 12, 2018 7:11 pm

I believe you may want what he wants to be or which subjects he can easily study

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Re: Motivation for studies

Post by Alex75 » Tue Jan 01, 2019 5:32 pm

Break the material down into chunks. ...Create a study routine. ..Be clear about why he want to get good grades. Of course, give him a reward!

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Re: Motivation for studies

Post by chickamums » Sun Jan 13, 2019 3:20 pm

Motivation is something I struggle with for my eldest too. Specifically how to get him self motivated. After all I can’t poss be pushing him all the way. I thought this book was interesting, although have to confess I only finished reading chapter 1 so far :lol:


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Re: Motivation for studies

Post by BranT » Fri Jan 18, 2019 11:39 am

chickamums wrote:Motivation is something I struggle with for my eldest too. Specifically how to get him self motivated. After all I can’t poss be pushing him all the way. I thought this book was interesting, although have to confess I only finished reading chapter 1 so far :lol:


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My wife has been looking for this kind of book. I will definitely buy this for her. Thank you for sharing!


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Re: Motivation for studies

Post by CalvinS » Wed Feb 20, 2019 11:17 am

saroji wrote:Discover why you procrastinate. ...
Break the material down into chunks. ...
Reward yourself. ...
Create a study routine. ...
Be clear about why you want to get good grades. ...
Use a mind map to organise the information. ...
7. Make a “boring” subject interesting. ...
Understand the topic, don't just memorise it.

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Just what I needed.. not just for y kid but also for me. Thank you for posting this. :udaman:

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Re: Motivation for studies

Post by joycu » Wed Mar 13, 2019 3:32 pm

My daughter used to be very motivated but this year she's changing. Really hoping someone can give me some tips as it is PSLE year and I find myself in a no-win situation no matter what I do. This is not the year to rock the boat!

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Re: Motivation for studies

Post by Alex75 » Tue Apr 02, 2019 12:53 pm

There are times our children suddenly feels demotivated.. We as parents just have to be ready with that and make sure to be there for your child..

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Re: Motivation for studies

Post by VentureCube » Tue Apr 09, 2019 3:43 pm

I found a quick summary and key points from the book 'The Self Driven Child' here -> http://snip.ly/6378ih

"One of my favorite moments in the book is when you reveal how you, as a parent, approached homework and report cards with your kids. What was the message you were trying to convey to them?"

Any thoughts?

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