1. Be enthusiastic and positive about what you are doing.
2. Allow students to have some fun and discover things on their own.
3. Use visual aids, movies, demonstrations, and projects.
4. Take a field trip and make it real.
5. Let them how great it feels to succeed.
6. Give people praise for a job well done.
7. Care about each other, both students and teachers, talk to each other.
8. Reward people with different things, however, start slowing down on rewards and replace with praise.
9. Create tasks and work that students can have success with, make sure they have the resources to succeed.
10. Make sure the subject matter has personal meaning and value for the students.
11. Make sure students feel valued and special for their contributions.