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Slide 1 - Motivation! Factors that can influence learning 19 September 2006
Slide 2 - Motivation! What factors influence motivation? Student motivation (M. Hunter) What motivates you to learn? What motivates your students? The classroom evironment Applications to teaching Scenarios
Slide 3 - Motivation! Student Motivation (M. Hunter) Variables under teacher’s control Most variables work together and not in isolation Situational Learner’s degree of concern/tension How much effort do they have to put in to relieve the tension of the situation? Feeling tone (positive, negative, or neutral) How does the learner perceive the situation? Task Oriented Student interest level What topics, teaching methods are most effective? Feelings of success/Difficulty of the task Is the task/topic too complicated for this age group? Knowledge of results/Feedback Do the students know how they are doing? Relation to an internalized goal (intrinsic/extrinsic) Why are the students completing this task?
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Slide 5 - Motivation! What motivates you to want to learn? What motivates your students to want to learn?
Slide 6 - Motivation! Sass (1989) found when surveying students: Instructor's enthusiasm Relevance of the material Organization of the class Appropriate difficulty level of the material Active involvement of students Variety Rapport between teacher and students Use of appropriate, concrete, and understandable examples
Slide 7 - Motivation! The Classroom Environment Maslow (physical, safety, emotional … learning/understanding) The “invisible suitcase” Rapport building Making learning personal & relevant Feelings of ownership in learning Instructional variety & lesson sequencing Learning styles Discrepant events
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Slide 9 - Motivation! Student Motivation (M. Hunter, 1967) Variables under teacher’s control Most variables work together and not in isolation Situational Learner’s degree of concern/tension How much effort do they have to put in to relieve the tension of the situation? Feeling tone (positive, negative, or neutral) How does the learner perceive the situation?
Slide 10 - Motivation! Student Motivation (M. Hunter, 1967) Task Oriented Student interest level What topics, teaching methods are most effective? Feelings of success/Difficulty of the task Is the task/topic too complicated for this age group? Knowledge of results/Feedback Do the students know how they are doing? Relation to an internalized goal (intrinsic/extrinsic) Why are the students completing this task?
Slide 11 - Motivation! Scenarios: What would you do? 1) You are required to teach a unit on insects to seventh graders. What might you do to pique their interest?
Slide 12 - Motivation! Scenarios: What would you do? 2) You are required to teach a unit on electricity. This topic isn’t very interesting to you. What might you do to help motivate your students?
Slide 13 - Motivation! From your experience, what situations can you think of for each of the following factors? Relevance of the material Organization of the course Appropriate difficulty level of the material Active involvement of students Variety Rapport between teacher and students Use of appropriate, concrete, and understandable examples
Slide 14 - Motivation! From your experience, what situations can you think of for each of the following factors? Maslow (physical, safety, emotional … learning/understanding) The “invisible suitcase” Rapport building Making learning personal & relevant Feelings of ownership in learning Instructional variety & lesson sequencing Learning styles Discrepant events
Slide 15 - Motivation! Thoughts … Questions???