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Sandbagging Sam. Mike Bucata Cep 802 Design project. Case Summary-Who is Sam?. 17 year old high school junior male High ability, earns A’s Turns in all work assigned Major procrastinator Test/Quiz crammer Major lack of participation in classroom activities

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sandbagging sam

Sandbagging Sam

Mike Bucata

Cep 802

Design project

case summary who is sam
Case Summary-Who is Sam?

17 year old high school junior male

High ability, earns A’s

Turns in all work assigned

Major procrastinator

Test/Quiz crammer

Major lack of participation in classroom activities

Likes social aspect of class and school

motivational problem
Motivational Problem

“Too cool for school”

Lack of effort for learning

Completion of work and good grades is good enough

More concerned with social acceptance than learning and giving effort

Believes rewards(good grades) aren’t contingent on effort, but only his high abilities

design goal
Design Goal

Change Sam’s perception of ability with regards to learning and achieving mastery

Change Sam’s view of personal self-worth in regards to his emphasis on social acceptance over learning and giving effort

strategies
Strategies

Variation in instruction

-one-on-one meetings with Sam about certain topics covered in class

-goal setting during meetings

-personal self-evaluation of his performance in class during meetings

Create a positive and mutual bond that emphasizes on caring for Sam’s best interests

rationale
Rationale

Form a mutual trusting relationship with Sam

Communicate that I care and looking out for the best interests of Sam

Change goals from performance-based to learning –based

Combine Sam’s interests to goal setting

Change how Sam views learning and help mold his goals and behaviors for the future

expected outcomes
Expected Outcomes

Sam will no longer focus on his social status with his peers, but rather will take greater pride and passion in his learning efforts

Sam will begin to focus on the learning PROCESS, and not so much on the completion of work or achieving good grades.

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