MOTIVATION. PHED 1027 February 26 th & 28th. Standard First Aid. March 1, 2 March 8, 9 Please contact Michelle Zurawski in the Ed Centre gym office Michelle.email@example.com. MOTIVATION - What is it?. A drive that STARTS or MAINTAINS an activity
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February 26th & 28th
March 1, 2
March 8, 9
Please contact Michelle Zurawski in the Ed Centre gym office
Instincts & drives – earliest theories
Social cognitions, perceptions, emotions – modern paradigm
Amotivation – absence of motivation
Extrinsic motivation – to receive reward or avoid punishment (external regulation)
Intrinsic motivation – to learn, accomplish tasks, and to experience sensations
Which is most powerful in PA settings?
Competence – e.g. medal
Control – e.g. Bribe
A highly intrinsically motivated individual is much more likely to sustain effort and performance over the long term (e.g. Exercise adherence)
Many theories exist to explain motivation........
Porter & Lawler’s Model
Vroom’s Expectancy Model
Bandura’s Self-Efficacy Theory
Maslow’s Needs Hierarchy
Adam’s Theory of Inequity
Personal Investment Theory
Theory of Planned Behaviour
Theory of Reasoned Action
Self Determination Theory
Outcomes of Personal Investment
Degree of effort depends upon one’s motivational state
Level of effort is related to the value placed upon the rewards
Value may be different for different individuals
Rewards that suggest to the individual that he or she is highly competent enhance intrinsic motivation
Rewards suggesting that the recipient is no longer fully in control of the reasons for behaviour reduce intrinsic motivation (Carron et al., 2003)
Depends upon the individual’s perception of whether the rewards are equitable
How does satisfaction affect subsequent effort and performance?
“Situations are easier to change than people” (Maehr & Braskamp, 1986)
How might this affect you as a coach, teacher, instructor?
Are these important to sports organizations?
Read Chapter 8 (Organizational Justice)
Answer #1 Interact
HUMAN RESOURCE PRACTICES:
Volleyball Officials Clinic
Saturday, March 15th & Sunday, March 16th
Ecole Secondaire Catholique Algonquin
10 AM-4 PM
Contact Mona Morton at 497-9774
Practical to follow March 29th or April 5th
Considers the concrete OUTCOMES of the distribution of goods to individuals or groups of individuals
Individual PERCEPTION of how fairly rewards are distributed
Performance is significantly impacted by the perceived equity of rewards
Did you compare your test mark with those of your classmates? Was your assessment fair?
Resources are distributed on the basis of the needs of individuals or teams
How should I have distributed mini-eggs based on need?
Procedural Justice – refers to the PROCESS that organizations use to distribute goods
Procedural Justice – PROCESS
Interactional Justice – COMMUNICATION
Distributive Justice - DECISION
Were there occasions during your days in secondary school when you believed that the administrators were not just in distributing the school resources? What principles of organizational justice were violated? Discuss.
Read Chapter 11 “Leadership”
Do Interact #1