Motivating Students to Be Productive and Engaged
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Grades: K - 12

In episode #66 we talk with Dr. Rick Chromey, the founder and president of MANNA! Educational Services International, a nonprofit organization that serves schools, churches, and other organizations with inspirational edu-trainment. He’s penned over a dozen books on classroom management, leadership, and cultural analysis, including his most recent work “GenTech: An American Story of Technology, Change and Who We Really Are.” Rick has a doctorate in leadership and specializes in American history, pop culture and generations.  Dr. Chromey is an expert in the field of classroom management, motivating students and leadership in education.

During this conversation we will be discussing the reasons that students become disinterested in school/class, how to motivate a person authentically and honestly and motivating students who don’t care.  

This is episode #66 of “Classroom Matters” by Educate.Today.  We are a program dedicated to speaking with some of the most outstanding educators in the nation, covering different topics in the world of teaching and learning.

Classroom Matters Host – Kristy Houle

Podcast Producers – Jessica Pierce and Kristy Houle

Podcast Audio Editing – Jessica Pierce

Educate.Today Executive Director – Tim Gore

 

Link to Dr. Rick Chromey’s website