Poster #433 – Classroom Motivational Poster Helps Students Who Quit or Give Up

Description

Poster #433

Looking for a way to motivate your disengaged students to try harder? If you struggle with reaching kids who are chronically missing work and failing to follow through on assignments, check out Poster #433 from the education experts at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops. Youth Change knows all about students who quit or stop working in school, so they know how to make a poster that will help.

This Youth Change Workshops' poster is one in a series of clever “Top 10 List” style appeals that will really grab the attention of your students. If you get the usual excuses about why they just didn’t try, point to this catchy poster. Once they read the “Top 10 Benefits of Giving Up”, they’ll get the message- “Quitting makes everything worse.” The beauty of this poster is that it will help your students realize the error of their ways without you having to lecture them at all.

Even though the message on Poster #433 is delivered with humor, students get that you expect more out of them when you put this up on your wall. Watch your challenging students try harder and complete more work once that inspirational reminder about the importance of finishing assignments is communicated to them.

If you're serious about helping students who quit working or give up in class, then Poster #433 is an essential tool you should order today.

Additional information

Weight0.45 lbs

Click to enlarge. School posters printed on medium weight 11″ x 17″ glossy stock

Price: $11.00

About Ruth Herman Wells
Author/Trainer Ruth Herman Wells, M.S. is the director of Youth Change Professional Development Workshops. In 2011, Ruth was rated as a Top 10 U.S. K-12 educational and motivational speaker by Speakerwiki and Speakermix. She is the author of several book series, a columnist, adjunct professor for two universities, and a popular keynote speaker and workshop presenter. Ruth's dozens of books includes Temper and Tantrum Tamers and Turn On the Turned-Off Student.