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Teaching Science to “Non-Science” Students. What do you wish motivated students?. In reality, what motivates non-majors?. Questioning Motivation. Extrinsic Motivators. Intrinsic Motivators. fascination with the subject a sense of calling to it

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## Teaching Science to “Non-Science” Students

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**What do you wish**motivated students? In reality, what motivates non-majors? Questioning Motivation**Intrinsic Motivators**fascination with the subject a sense of calling to it a sense of its relevance to life and the world a sense of accomplishment in mastering it competence control connectedness/membership sharing/generosity**CONTROL**Course or assignments with self-determined components**COMPETENCE**Design course so that students are challenged, but can succeed**Connectedness**Connect with your students Help them connect with each other**SHARING**Have students contribute to a shared learning experience**A Student-Centered Classroom:Essential to Motivating**Students Knowledge Skills Attitudes Beliefs Experience**An Interdisciplinary Classroom:Essential to Motivating**Non-Majors**CFT Website – Teaching Guide on Motivating Students**On Notecard: One idea you think you’ll try to get those “non-science” students involved

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