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Leadership Spark: Motivation vs. Inspiration

Leadership Spark: Motivation vs. Inspiration | student engagement | Scoop.it
Change your thoughts and you change your world. Norman --Vincent Peale Motivation and inspiration both are feeling encoded. You don't get motivated or inspired without feeling it, as their validity is on the perception of individuality.
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Dan Pink: The puzzle of motivation

http://www.ted.com Career analyst Dan Pink examines the puzzle of motivation, starting with a fact that social scientists know but most managers don't: Traditional rewards aren't always as effective as we think. Listen for illuminating stories -- and maybe, a way forward.
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Student motivation: It’s more complicated than ...

Student motivation: It’s more complicated than ... | student engagement | Scoop.it
Motivation—there are two kinds: intrinsic, which involves doing something because we want to do it, and extrinsic, which is doing something because we have to do it. A negative relationship exists between the two.
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The Personalized High School

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CSSR (The Center for Secondary School Redesign) is a renowned high school redesign leader.  The Personalized High School offers a series of first-hand accounts for implementing effective high school reform.

 

"The authors take an in-depth look at how a diverse array of schools from across the country have crafted programs to create more effective learning experiences for students, with insights on the challenges faced, lessons learned, and what this means for any educator contemplating implementing similar reforms.

 

The chapters are written by veteran educators who have worked in these innovative schools, and illustrate how the Call to Action principles provide practical examples for developing personalized learning plans, student portfolios and student-led conferences; creating professional learning communities for teachers; and implementing authentic assessments that empower students to demonstrate what they know and are able to do far beyond high-stakes standardized tests."


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