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Still Trying to Find X

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Still
trying
to
find
X
Engagement
Purpose
Mastery
Autonomy
Achievement
Wellbeing
Engagement
Students who are
Sometimes we mistake
conformity
for engagement
1. Less likely to adopt an "Entity" view of ability
-They have a
GROWTH MINDSET
3. More likely to
REPORT HIGH GRADES
Andrew J. Howell, 2009
relative to those who are moderately mentally healthy or languishing are:


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"flourishing"
What do
Examples
The sense of living a life high on interest, curiosity and absorption. Engaged individuals pursue goals with determination and vitality.

verb: 1. to occupy the attention
or efforts of (a person etc.)
Engage:
Engagement
as defined in psychology literature
mean when you say
Read this book!
It's great!
Academic
Non-academic
Creative
Academic
Non Academic
Creative
Edward Deci
"But Miss, what's the point if we're not being assessed on this?"
“[The] careful consideration of reward effects reported in 128 experiments lead to the conclusion that tangible rewards tend to have a
on intrinsic motivation…”

“When institutions – families, schools and businesses for example – focus on the short-term and opt for controlling people’s behaviour, they do
Using
Grades
Minimal Achievement
Welfare Issues
Disengaged
The
Vicious
Cycle

“It was six years of hell.
It's a relief to be out of there.
"

“It's
a great relief
. It's been a long time coming.”

“After all these years…
I’m so relieved it’s all over

“Students'
RELIEF
as the HSC wait is over”

“I'm
RELIEVED
that the HSC is over.”

“It's
A RELIEF
to get the first exam over. “

“A
RESOUNDING SIGH OF RELIEF
could be heard from every Hills year 12 student on Thursday.”


THOUSANDS OF HSC STUDENTS
across the region
BREATHED A SIGH OF RELIEF
yesterday as they finished their first exam”

“…with the
MAJORITY OF STUDENTS EXPRESSING RELIEF
that the first exam had gone without a hitch.”


A COLLECTIVE SIGH OF RELIEF
echoed across the Hunter yesterday
AS
the Higher
SCHOOL
Certificate
CAME TO AN END

Purpose
Mastery
Autonomy
Froh et al. (2010)
achievement
engagement
Students who are "flourishing"
1. Less likely to adopt an "Entity" view of ability -They have a
Growth Mindset

2. More likely to adopt
mastery-approach goals

3. More likely to
report high grades
Andrew J. Howell, 2009
relative to those who are moderately mentally healthy or languishing are:
engage
me
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1998 - Martin EP Seligman
appointed President of the American Psychological Association - by the largest margin in history
We can not only focus on getting from here to here
We focus on getting from here to here
Seligman refers to this as:
"flourishing"
Student Welfare
in School...
GR
A
DES
The
Virtuous
Cycle
Dan Haesler
Teacher | Writer | Speaker
@danhaesler
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Day 3
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2. More likely to adopt
MASTERY APPROACH GOALS
Achievement
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Pressure
F
ear
Relief
you
substantially negative effect
considerable long term damage."
Edward Deci et al. 1999
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