In a study by the National Center for Education Statistics, more than half of college students (51 percent) said they had used a motivating phrase in the past year and more than a third (36 percent) had used an inspirational phrase in a classroom setting.
The findings are consistent with other research on motivational factors and the importance of using motivational words in schools.
A similar study published in May by the U.S. Department of Education found that the use of motivational words was associated with more positive attitudes toward students and faculty and lower levels of negative attitudes and student behavior.
However, it was not a perfect correlation.
One reason for the lack of correlation may be that the studies included students who were either on a particular academic course or enrolled in a course where they were not required to use motivational words.
Another possible reason could be that students who had a specific academic course in mind, such as a master’s program, did not complete it.
The research was conducted between 2008 and 2013.
The authors of the study, Elizabeth A. Burt, Ph.
D., of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and Katherine L. Stapel, M.S., of Emory University, analyzed data from more than 600,000 students in the 2015-2016 academic year at more than 1,500 public and private universities across the country.
They used data from the U,S.
Census Bureau’s American Community Survey, the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health, the Youth Risk Behavior Survey, and the College Board’s College Course in Motivation to measure student motivation.
They found that students were more motivated and more motivated to succeed if they used a motivational word in the classroom.
Students who used an inspiring phrase were also more motivated if they were able to motivate others.
They were also much more motivated in terms of completing their academic coursework and were much less likely to drop out of school if they did.
“Motivation is an important and effective way to motivate students,” Stapet wrote in an email.
“However, it is a complex phenomenon that can result in a wide range of effects, such that it may be difficult to pinpoint the impact of motivational terms and phrases on student motivation.”
More motivation may also mean more students are using motivation words.
In a 2014 study by Stapelt, Burt and colleagues found that more than 80 percent of students reported that they had learned about motivation in school.
“The most significant difference between students who used motivational phrases and those who did not is the number of motivational phrases they reported learning about,” Burt said.
The researchers believe that the more motivational words students use in the classrooms, the more motivated they become.
A 2013 study in the Journal of Educational Psychology found that student motivation is linked to positive classroom behavior.
It was the findings of the new study that spurred Stapete to write a book on motivating students.
The book is titled Motivation in the Classroom: What Students Really Need to Know.
In it, Stapela uses motivational phrases to help students achieve academic success.
The title of the book, “Motivational phrases are more effective than other strategies to motivate,” is a nod to the popularity of motivational slogans such as “I want to be the best,” “I need to be a good student,” and “I’m going to work hard.”
“Students who have a good academic performance can learn how to apply these ideas to their own lives and get more out of their classroom experience,” Stappel said.
“These are the kinds of motivational messages that are effective for teachers and for students.”
What Motivational Words Are Students Talking About?
Motivations are a way to help motivate students.
They help them focus, create goals, motivate them to succeed, and achieve.
There are many ways to motivate people.
Some motivational phrases are common, such like “I like to be in control” or “I feel like I’m the boss.”
However, the most common type of motivational phrase is the “motivators” and “motivating words.”
These are words that are used to motivate a group of people.
They are used in many different ways and are often referred to as motivational words because they are often repeated in an emotional context.
Some common motivational words are: self-esteem (the sense that you have what it takes to succeed in life)