Students in studio-oriented programs aren’t motivated in non-studio courses-Teaching Excellence & Educational Innovation - Carnegie Mellon University

Step 2: Identify Reasons

Identify possible reasons for the problem you have selected.
To find the most effective strategies, select the reason that best describes your situation, keeping in mind there may be multiple relevant reasons.

Students in studio-oriented programs aren’t motivated in non-studio courses.

Students don’t see the relevance of the material to their studio practice.

Students have a naïve conceptualization of creativity

Students aren’t confident about the skills required for work in non-studio classes

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