Motivating Teens through Activating Their Brain's Own Reward System

Webinar - Replay

Latest studies in social sciences suggest, surprisingly, that rewards and incentives do not work as well as you might believe. In this webinar, Herbert Puchta showed that if we want to fully engage our teenage students, we need to activate their brains' intrinsic reward systems instead of using the traditional ‘stick and carrot' approach still used in most classrooms around the world. Discover why praise, rewards and incentives often don't work, and get to know what alternatives you can use that make a real difference.

Herbert Puchta is the author of English in Mind and an international teacher trainer who has given talks, seminars and workshops to teachers in over 50 countries. 

File type: mp4

3 Dec 2013 15:00

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