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Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic Motivation: 17 Practical Application Ideas

Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic Motivation: 17 Practical Application Ideas | Motivation | Scoop.it
The research on intrinsic vs extrinsic motivation & tips! http://t.co/Lh1IltO5pv #edchat #studentcentered
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Intrinsic vs extrinsic motivation article. I choose this article becuase it helps with all levels of learners and gives what is best for each. In addition, the article also provides practices and strategies that can be used whether you are in the classroom or outside of it. Great reference for any type of educator or parent.
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Modern Learners Are Overwhelmed, Distracted, And Impatient. Here Are 5 Ways To Motivate Them

Modern Learners Are Overwhelmed, Distracted, And Impatient. Here Are 5 Ways To Motivate Them | Motivation | Scoop.it
5 Ways To Motivate Modern Learners! Modern Learners Are Overwhelmed, Distracted, And Impatient. Here Are 5 Ways To Motivate Them.

Via EDTECH@UTRGV, Mark E. Deschaine, PhD
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I choose this resource becuase it makes the intial connection that learners are changing and therefore so does the way we need to motivate them.

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Heather Harriso's curator insight, October 23, 2015 10:26 PM

A great article that explains and gives further insight on engagement best practices for busy e-learners.  Many adult learners are working full time jobs and balancing families along with college.  Overwhelmed with work, work, work, this article focuses on small snippets to reach students. This is extremely helpful in higher ed and career colleges. 

Jennifer Colin's curator insight, October 24, 2015 1:53 PM

Of any title that has attracted me to an article, this has got to be the winner.  Today's learners ARE distracted, impatient, overwhelmed, and unmotivated, and teachers are often at a loss as to what they can do about it.  I was disappointed to discover, upon reading further, that the article is catered specifically toward eLearning. However, some of the information can still be applied to the traditional classroom.  Tips such as keeping lessons as brief and to the point as possible, using visuals to help with recall, and making lessons interactive to grab and keep the learners' attention, can be helpful reminders to teachers.  In a society that is increasingly adopting an "I need it right NOW" mentality, it is becoming more difficult to keep learners engaged.  But as administrators we need to be all the more diligent about helping teachers find ways to do so. 

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15 Fun Ways to Increase Student Engagement and School Motivation - Kantis Simmons (ETE: Ep15)

http://KantisSimmons.com/ete015 Dear teacher and educator, how do you define student engagement? How do you get your students more involved?
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I hope this resource shows how you can help improve motivation and engagement in students, teachers and other staff members. 

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Extrinsic motivations are harmful… - Daniel Lemire's blog

Extrinsic motivations are harmful… - Daniel Lemire's blog | Motivation | Scoop.it
In other words, if you are pursing a career in science or software because it leads to a good and prestigious job (extrinsic motivation) and because you believe it is a meaningful and important activity (intrinsic motivation), you ...
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I hope this resource shows how some people consider extrinisic motivation to be negative or it has the opposite effect on their ability to work.
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Positive Reinforcement - Educate Autism

Positive Reinforcement - Educate Autism | Motivation | Scoop.it
Positive reinforcement is one of the most important and widely applied principle of behaviour analysis. We go through some examples to clarify what reinforcement is before delving into the positive of reinforcement.

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I choose this resource becuase positive reinforcement is about the behavior not the person which is stressed through out the article.
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Learn How To Never Quit Anything Again

Learn How To Never Quit Anything Again | Motivation | Scoop.it

"The truth is, most people can become good at almost anything. However, most of us quit before we reach the finish line. Why Frustration and lack of persistency is one of the biggest reasons why we never master the skills we want to acquire; from learning a language, playing an instrument, or being a great cook." | via The Next Web


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I hope this resources pushes people to not give up but manage and keep pushing through.

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Insights into Student Motivation

Insights into Student Motivation | Motivation | Scoop.it
On the lookout for motivation strategies that work? Read blog posts, interviews and studies, all from 2012, for fresh ideas to engage learners.

Via Roxana Marachi, PhD
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I hope that is will provide research for student motivation that can be used in classrooms or future papers.

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Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic Motivation

Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic Motivation | Motivation | Scoop.it
HR managers wishing to motivate their employees are faced with the question of using intrinsic or extrinsic motivation. Intrinsic motivation is not related

Via Dene Stuart
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I hope that this resource will show that intrinsic and extrinsic motivation are best used together. The question of which on is better does is answered by saying both used together.

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Extrinsic Motivation In Online Training

What is Extrinsic Motivation In Online Training?
One top priority when designing online training courses is to motivate and inspire employees, but what type of motivation are we really trying to tap into?

Via Luciana Viter
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As technology increases student learning online does too. I hope that educators will ice the five tips provided in this resource to help online education.

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The Intrinsic Motivation RAMP

The Intrinsic Motivation RAMP | Motivation | Scoop.it
Intrinsic motivation is where longevity and true engagement will come from. Understand RAMP to get an understanding of intrinsic motivation

Via Ana Cristina Pratas, juandoming
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I choose this resource because it identifies a model to go by. RAMP is a great tool to use and think about when planning a project or meeting.

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Teacher Motivation | Mr. Gonzalez's Classroom

Teacher Motivation | Mr. Gonzalez's Classroom | Motivation | Scoop.it
Some Rights Reserved One of my blog posts sparked a comment where the question of teacher motivation came up. Specifically if tying standardized test scores

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I choose this article because it brings up an interesting point on how teachers can be motivated. This article asks if teachers will be motivated more by the standardized tests scores, does directly relating scores with teaching have a positive effect on all? I think it works for some teachers but not all. The circumstances vary according to the school the teacher is at or the class they are teaching.

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Building Teacher Confidence and Intrinsic Motivation - Intuyu Consulting

Building Teacher Confidence and Intrinsic Motivation - Intuyu Consulting | Motivation | Scoop.it

I am constantly inspired by the greatness of teachers and why they became teachers in the first place. In the process I go through when mentoring and coaching teachers I normally begin with finding out why they became teachers. For some they had family who were teachers and it seemed normal to do that. For others they played teacher with their friends as children – setting up their garages or rooms as a classroom and ‘teaching’ other kids in their neighbourhood. Others went off and had other careers but weren’t feeling fulfilled and wanted to contribute to the lives of young people.


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I choose this resource becuase it points out how through motivation confidence can also rise.

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Adrian Bertolini's curator insight, June 24, 2013 6:55 PM

Connecting teachers to their 'WHY' and then empowering them to deliver on that in their teaching practice and as human beings makes a profound difference to the quality of both the teacher's and students lives

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The expected result was 42. Now what was the test?: What drives us? Extrinsic and intrinsic motivation.

The expected result was 42. Now what was the test?: What drives us? Extrinsic and intrinsic motivation. | Motivation | Scoop.it

this resource beacuse it ientifies@carlymdyson difficult topic! had an intense discussion with bosses on that earlier this year. Key: Motivation. http://t.co/C6wvWgyA1t

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I choose this resource because it discusses what drives each person and uses motivation.
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Using New Research to Improve Student Motivation - Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching

Teachers know that motivation matters. It is central to student learning; it helps determine how engaged students are in their work, how hard they work,
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I choose this resource because there is research still going into student motivation and some of it is shared here.
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Free Minds, Free People conference

Free Minds, Free People conference | Motivation | Scoop.it

Free Minds, Free People is a national conference convened by the Education for Liberation Network that brings together teachers, high school and college students, researchers, parents and community-based activists/educators from across the country to build a movement to develop and promote education as a tool for liberation. Read more about our mission and goals.

We are extremely excited to announce that the next Free Minds, Free People will take place in Oakland, CA, July 9 – 12, 2015!


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I hope this resource will help for all to see the opportunities outside of the classroom to help with education.

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Salome Tam's curator insight, December 10, 2014 9:46 AM

Oakland, CA July 9-12, 2015

 

registration not yet open but have a look at last year's program

Salome Tam's curator insight, April 20, 2015 11:01 AM

registration is open

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Student Motivation To Learn

Awareness of how students' attitudes and
beliefs
about learning develop and what facilitates learning for its own
sake can assist
educators in reducing student apathy.

Via Flor Ingles Burgos
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I choose this resource because it identifies what influences children and how that is related to motivation.

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Drive - Classroom Motivation Rubric

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Drive - Classroom Motivation Rubric.doc Download legal documents This rubric is based on Daniel Pink's book Drive and lets teachers self-assess their classrooms for ideas on how to create a more motivating environment for students.

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I choose this resource because it gives a rubric in which you can judge yourself or something you are deciding to do based on the criteria listed.

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Students Get Motivation Straight From the Top - Voice of America (blog)

Students Get Motivation Straight From the Top - Voice of America (blog) | Motivation | Scoop.it
Many life coaches say that the key to getting what you want out of life is to keep motivated. Motivation is the energy that keeps you moving toward your goals. A group of DC students recently got motivation from a very unlikely source.
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I choose this resource because it identifies a quick way to maintain students motivation and this is to show them how it applies to the real world. An easy response but not always an easy thing to do.

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What Kills Student Motivation? We Asked Them.

What Kills Student Motivation? We Asked Them. | Motivation | Scoop.it
“What are your thoughts on student motivation?” my principal recently asked. Knowing that I have an interest in motivation, as well as a love of working with at-risk students, he wanted to know my thoughts on why our achievement gap wasn't narrowing.
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I choose this article because instead of pointing out the good it takes a different approach and identifies what can break down a student.

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review - Motivation to Learn: Transforming Classroom Culture to ...

review - Motivation to Learn: Transforming Classroom Culture to ... | Motivation | Scoop.it
As a middle school teacher, I have felt on many days that my entire class period was spent struggling just to get students to actively engage and participate in the learning activity. Motivation to Learn: Transforming Classroom ...
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I choose this article because it takes a unique look on motivation in the classroom. The metaphor uses a river as the curriculum and rivers are very windy and you never know what will come up, but it is the teachers job to guide the students down the right path. In addition, their is the stress of constantly relying on feedback from yourself and your students. Feedback is a revolving door you can never get enough of it.

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Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic Motivation: 17 Practical Application Ideas

Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic Motivation: 17 Practical Application Ideas | Motivation | Scoop.it
The research on intrinsic vs extrinsic motivation & tips! http://t.co/Lh1IltO5pv #edchat #studentcentered
Jess's insight:
Intrinsic vs extrinsic motivation article. I choose this article becuase it helps with all levels of learners and gives what is best for each. In addition, the article also provides practices and strategies that can be used whether you are in the classroom or outside of it. Great reference for any type of educator or parent.
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