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monique van poelwijk

on 29 July 2015

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Transcript of Learning

What is Motivation?
Work in pairs to write a definition;

Move oneself to act
Self-determination Theory (STD)
Theory of motivation and learning
Two kinds of motivation
Intrinsic - internal= I really want to
Intrinsic Motivation
Self desire to seek out new things and challenges
analyze one's capacity to observe and to gain knowledge
drive=interest or enjoyment in the task itself
exists within the individual
is playful and curiosity drive and needs no reward
External Motivation
Reward systems
Opinions we fear
Student and Teacher
Self-determination Theory
supporting our natural or intrinsic tendencies to behave in effective and healthy ways.
STD is initially developed
by Deci and Ryan in 2002
The theory has been elaborated and refined by many scholars
human needs
intrinsic motivation
cultural differences in motivation
individual differences
psychological well-being
the reasons for people's actions, desires and needs
what causes a person to
want to repeat a behavior
the connection between what we do and why we do it
extrinsic - external= I really have to
seek to control outcome and
experience mastery
Seek to be causal agents of one's own life
Universal want to interact, to be connected and experience caring for others.
Teacher behavior
give opportunity for challenge

set boundaries
learning styles, multiple inteligences
Teacher Behavior
let students act and show respect
appreciate uniqueness
show perspective of the others
show other perspectives
reward initiative
decide on rules together
Teacher Behavior
be available
trust your students
offer shared responsibility
tell your students what you do, do what you told them
know your student
I belong
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