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Presented by Hunter R. Boylan , Ph.D. Director, NCDE for Chippewa Valley Technical College, August 21. A Model for Enhancing Student Motivation & Success. Nappy’s Story. What about motivation?. It is both INTRINSIC and EXTRINSIC and We need to encourage BOTH.

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    1. Presented by Hunter R. Boylan, Ph.D. Director, NCDE for Chippewa Valley Technical College, August 21 A Model for Enhancing Student Motivation & Success

    2. Nappy’s Story

    3. What about motivation? It is both INTRINSIC and EXTRINSIC and We need to encourage BOTH.

    4. Intrinsic motivation includes… • What students believe about themselves • What the family/culture values • How students perceive the institution

    5. Extrinsic motivation involves… • The rewards provided by instructors or peers (which may not be the same) • The punishments provided by instructors or peers (which may not be the same) • The student’s culture

    6. Meanings U.S. & Europe = Good for you! Australia = You’re a jerk.

    7. Meanings U.S. & Europe = It’s OK, it’s good Turkey = I’m gay.

    8. Let’s start by…. Not de-motivating our students.

    9. Sources of Demotivation Institutional • policies • procedures • processes.

    10. Sources of Demotivation Individual • Making Judgmental comments • Showing disrespect to students • Creating anxiety • Using sarcasm

    11. A Motivational Framework

    12. Establishing Inclusion • Assume a non-blameful attitude. • Promote interaction and collaboration among students. • Learn students’ names. • Encourage cultural observations.

    13. Developing Attitude • Show students what they already know and what they have learned. • Clearly define goals and expectations. • Use fair and clear assessment criteria. • Accept student culture and values.

    14. Enhancing Meaning • Use relevant examples. • Avoid using jargon. • Give immediate feedback • Ask students what it means to them

    15. Engendering Competence • Use mastery learning. • Encourage student self-assessment. • Provide frequent feedback • Provide meaningful feedback.

    16. At your tables… • Write down one thing you will do differently this fall. • Discuss it with your colleagues.