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Warm up. On your sticky note… 1. What is motivation? 2. What motivates you? Once done- please place on the “motivation” poster at front of room!. Please copy the following chart into your notes…. MOTIVATION. Internal state that activates behavior and directs it towards a goal.

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warm up
Warm up
  • On your sticky note…
  • 1. What is motivation?
  • 2. What motivates you?
  • Once done- please place on the “motivation” poster at front of room!
motivation
MOTIVATION
  • Internal state that activates behavior and directs it towards a goal
instinct theory
Instinct theory
  • Natural tendencies that determine behavior
  • Occur in all species
  • More popular in the 1900’s than present day
drive reduction theory
Drive reduction theory
  • Need  Drive
  • Need: biological or psychological requirement of an organism
  • Drive: state of tension caused from a NEED that motivates toward a goal
  • Event (food deprivation)  Drive (hunger)  Action (eating)  Result (drive reduction)
drive reduction theory1
DRIVE REDUCTION THEORY
  • Attempt to maintain homeostasis
  • Correct imbalances from normal state
  • Psychologist- Clark Hull
  • All motives are from the basic biological needs
incentive theory
Incentive theory
  • Focus on the role of environment
  • Incentive - object we seek or result attempting to achieve
  • IE- Reinforcers, goals, rewards
  • Gain positive incentives, avoid negative incentives
cognitive theory
Cognitive theory
  • Extrinsicmotivation- reduce biological needs or obtain incentives
  • Intrinsicmotivation- activities are personally rewarding, fulfill our beliefs or expectations
  • Over justification- giving more extrinsic motivation that necessary, intrinsic motivation declines
intrinsic motivation vs extrinsic motivation
Intrinsic motivation vs. EXTRINSIC MOTIVATION
  • http://www.ted.com/talks/dan_pink_on_motivation.html
  • While you watch…
  • 3 things you learned
  • 2 things you found interesting
  • 1 question you still have
let s get motivated
Let’s get motivated
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V6xLYt265ZM
motivational video creation
Motivational VIDEO creation
  • You are going to be making your own motivational video.
  • Today will be spent getting with your group, and brainstorming what you will be filming tomorrow. USE THIS TIME WISELY!
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