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Lit from Within: Developing Internal Motivation in the Students

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Lisa Van Gemert

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Transcript of Lit from Within: Developing Internal Motivation in the Students

Lit from Within:
Developing
Internal Motivation
in the Gifted Learner
Achievement Drive:
striving to improve or meet
a standard of excellence
Destitutus ventis,



remos adhibe.
a likely story...
work
consists of whatever
a body is
obliged

to do,
and that
Play
consists of whatever
a body is
not obliged
to do...
solutions
tom sawyer was right
put praise in its place
embrace failure
harness the power
of appropriate challenge
Motivation 2.0
Motivation 3.0
Motivation 1.0
motivation
Maslow, et al
Skinner, you'd better behave!
the unlikely enemy: rewards
They change the game.
backfire
narrow focus
addictive
drown
out
other
voices
changes
relationships
the problems
stories
allow boredom
don't confuse
obsession
with
motivation
stress the vine
what we want
the trifecta
performance v. learning goals
self-concept
grit
optimism
with Lisa Van Gemert
Gifted Youth Specialist,
Mensa Foundation
key: is it leading somewhere?
when you praise everything,
you're really praising nothing.
realistic,
skill-based
Never the lowered Banner,
never the lost Endeavor.
images courtesy of Scott Polar Research Institute
Shackleton
Robert Falcon Scott
image courtesy of Scott Polar Research Institute
Take Aways
1. Why we do what we do
(motivation)
2. What doesn't work
(rewards)
3. Some habits that help
(solutions)
4. Real-world examples
(stories)
5. Three main points
(the trifecta)
6. Wrapping it all up
(takeaways)
we need a little
carrot
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