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Jacklyn Bareis Motivation Intrinsic Intrinsic motivation arises from a desire to learn a topic due to its inherent interests for selffulfillment enjoyment and to achieve a mastery of the subject ID: 510356 Download Presentation

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Student Motivation

Jacklyn BareisSlide2

Motivation

Intrinsic

Intrinsic motivation arises from a desire to learn a topic due to its inherent interests, for self-fulfillment, enjoyment and to achieve a mastery of the subject.

Genuine interest

Extrinsic

Motivation

to perform and succeed for the sake of accomplishing a specific result or

outcomeGrade oriented learnersSlide3

Importance

During adolescence, many students

experience

a lack of motivation

and

fail to reach their academic potential8% high school drop out rate 3 million

Goals have been shown to influence students’ motivation and engagement

AchievementSocialFutureWell-being Slide4

Importance

During adolescence, many students

experience

a lack of motivation

and

fail to reach their academic potential8% high school drop out rate 3 million

Goals have been shown to influence students’ motivation and engagement

AchievementSocialFutureWell-being Slide5

Importance

During adolescence, many students

experience

a lack of motivation

and

fail to reach their academic potential8% high school drop out rate 3 million

Goals have been shown to influence students’ motivation and engagement

AchievementSocialFutureWell-being Slide6

Communication Styles

Assertive Communication

State needs and wants clearly

Communicate respect for students

Speak in a calm clear tone

Feel competent and in control

Do not let students abuse or manipulate youSlide7

Interpersonal Communication

It will not be effective to use the linear view at all times

Interactional view and transactional view

Sender

Receiver

Sender

Receiver

Sender

ReceiverSlide8

Use of Technology to Support Collaboration

Computers

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Online lectures

Class website or blogSlide9

Motivate Your StudentsSlide10

Give students a sense of control

Create a threat free environmentChange the scenery

Offer varied experiences

Positive competition

Rewards

Give praise when earned

Be excitedKnow your studentsHelp students find intrinsic motivationSlide11
Slide12

References

Cook, L., Friend, M,. (2013). Interpersonal communication.

Interactions: Collaboration skills for school professionals

(pp. 30). Boston: Pearson.

Hayes, Kim. Teach Hub. (2014).

12 Easy Ways to Use Technology in Your Classroom, Even for

Technophobic

Teachers.

Retrieved

April 11, 2014, from http://

www.teachhub.com/12-easy-ways-use-technology-your-classroom- even-technophobic-teachers

.

Mansfield, C. F. (2010). Motivating adolescents: Goals for Australian students in secondary

schools

.

Australian Journal

of

Education & Developmental Psychology,

10, 44-55

.

Retrieved

from

http

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On the Cutting Edge. (2013).

Motivating Students.

Retrieved April 11, 2014, from http://

serc.carleton.edu/NAGTWorkshops/affective/motivation.html.motivatio

/.

Serenity Online Therapy. (2013).

Assertiveness and the Four Types of Communication.

Retrieved

April 11, 2014, from

http

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Statistic Brain. (2014).

High School

Dropout

Statistics.

Retrieved April 11, 2014, from http://www.statisticbrain.com/high-school-dropout-statistics/.

Teach Thought. (2014).

21 Simple Ideas to Improve Student Motivation.

Retrieved April 11,

2014

, from

http

://www.teachthought.com/teaching/21-simple-ideas-to-improve-student-

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