Activity. Objective: Observe how Motivation Influences Participation Instructions: Build the tallest tower possible using straws and tape. Time frame: 3 minutes. Motivation. Griselda Rebollar Gilbert Hinojosa Margarita Zubieta Milly Jimenez Sherry Negrete. What is motivation?.
Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
Students who score relatively high on measures of academic self-concept tend to have higher grades. (Ireson &Hallam, 2009)
Instructor: Tim Bedley
Teacher: Mrs. M. Martinez
based on research findings by Sheri Coates Broussard
Research in the field of motivation has revealed that extrinsic rewards decrease intrinsic motivation in young children (Kassin & Lepper, 1984). As previously mentioned, Harter (1981) stated that children’s intrinsic motivation for learning diminishes as they begin to adapt to the incentive structure of our elementary schools (e.g. grades, praise, criticism). Parents and educators should avoid using certain methods or practices in the home and school environments that extenuate intrinsic motivation. For example, parents should avoid tangible rewards for successful performance. If such a technique is used, it should not be on a regular basis, and it should not be expected by the child.
Psychology Applied to Teaching
Snowman/McCown. 13th Edition, 2009.
5. The behavioral view of motivation includes which two techniques?
6. Which of the following is an example of a student exhibiting self-efficacy?
7. Which of the following is not a component of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
8.In the Social Cognitive View, theorists believe that factors that strongly influence motivation are?
9. Motivating students is important in order to promote:
10.If a student realizes that a certain topic being taught in the classroom is based on events in his/her life, the student is being motivated to pay attention through which of the following?