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Motivation. A model for understanding why we do things. First, lets clarify some common terms:. Internally motivated Externally motivated Intrinsic motivation Extrinsic motivation. Exploring the Basic model.

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motivation

Motivation

A model for understanding why we do things

first lets clarify some common terms
First, lets clarify some common terms:
  • Internally motivated
  • Externally motivated
  • Intrinsic motivation
  • Extrinsic motivation
exploring the basic model
Exploring the Basic model

Having a model of motivation gives us a framework to examine and think about it. It also might act as a framework for analysis of motivation problems.

levels of motivation
Levels of motivation:
  • Intrinsic motivation
  • Integrated regulation
  • Identified regulation
  • Introjected regulation
  • External regulation
  • Amotivation
for consideration
For consideration

All of the previously described levels of motivation are directed toward an action.

Is it possible to be negatively motivated?

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For consideration

The level of motivation does not necessarily seem to reflect the strength of the motivation.

What does?

needs
Needs

Self actualization

Esteem, approval

Love, belonging, affiliation

Security, stability, freedom from fear

Basic Physiological Needs

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For consideration

There seem to be other needs that move us, other than those listed by Maslow.

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For consideration

There seem to be other needs that move us, other than those listed by Maslow.

The most relevant to educators: Curiosity – the need to learn

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For consideration

Is it possible to have more than one type of motivation for a single action?

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For consideration

Are we always conscious and purposeful in undertaking our actions?

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For consideration

Have you ever done something purely based on emotion, without any real need of any sort…based on emotion?

putting the model to use
Putting the model to use

Problem Solving – filling in the matrix

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Putting the model to use

Curriculum Design

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Putting the model to use

Curriculum Design

Lessons from sport psychology suggest maximal intrinsic motivation when external pressures are minimized, when students are offered true choice, when they are given empathic support, optimal challenges and informational feedback.

final thought
Final thought:

Motivation is one of the most important gifts that an educators can foster in their students. It can last far beyond the retention of knowledge, and offers more utility than any technical skill.

If we aren’t able to motivate our learners, the least that we can do is to ensure we aren’t inadvertently immotivating them or creating barriers… their innate curiosity and opportunity will take care of the rest.

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