Motivational Theories Artifact

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Motivational Theories Artifact by Mind Map: Motivational Theories Artifact

1. Intrinsic Motivation

1.1. Keller's Theory

1.1.1. effort

1.1.2. performance

1.1.3. consequences

1.2. C's Theory (Flow like)

1.3. challenge

1.3.1. clear goals but requires investment

1.4. skills

1.4.1. efforts needed to apply to goal

1.5. Balance of these 2= achievable challenging BUT realistic goals

1.6. flow+ because it symbolizes development= +self esteem and personal complexity

1.7. Feedback= allows individuals o measure effort

1.8. RESULT= Intrinsic behavior is driven by personal rewards;motivation to engage in behavior arises from within

2. Goal Theory

2.1. learning influences level of a students intrinsic motivation

2.2. task involvement

2.2.1. incompetence/competence level can play a role

2.3. approach/ avoidance

2.3.1. avoiding failure

2.4. RESULT= goals should be specific and clear but realistic and challenging which includes self esteem and commitment

3. Perception of Ability

3.1. confidence in ability

3.2. Ability= level of performance

3.2.1. concepts

3.2.2. entity[stable trait]

3.2.3. instrumental [ability here is more task specific

3.3. Self worth Theory

3.3.1. naturally maintain self worth

3.3.2. assessing ability perceptions- behavior=info. on confidence in their ability

3.4. RESULT= SELF CONFIDENCE yields major ingredient for effective learning

4. Andragogy

4.1. Malcolm Knowles Stance

4.1.1. adults learn differently than do children

4.2. assumptions (maturity)

4.3. self concept moves from dependency to self directed

4.4. experience= the more the better; great resource

4.5. orientation to learn = overtime desire to gain knowledge increases

4.6. motivation to learn= internal

4.7. RESULT= this term is the life of helping adults learn; process of that

5. Reinforcement Theory

5.1. Used to explain all behavior

5.2. behaviors are caused by external stimuli

5.3. cause/effect actions

5.4. external rewards

6. Classical Reinforcement Theory

6.1. creates behavior patterns

6.2. positive reinforces increased producing something pleasant

6.3. op. conditioning

7. Social Learning Theory

7.1. focuses on the CAUSE of reinforcement

7.2. reinforcement is influential based on needs of learner

7.3. LOC- where and how reinforcement originates

7.3.1. internal LOC

7.3.2. external LOC

8. Attribution Theory

8.1. People want to understand themselves, their environment and interactions of them all

8.2. percetions

8.3. common performance attribution

8.3.1. ability

8.3.2. effort

8.3.3. excuses

9. Expectancy Value Theory

9.1. a person will approach or avoid a task

9.2. learners focus on expectations of rewards

9.3. values are important

9.3.1. low or high

9.4. emotions are influential here

9.5. 2 conscious variable factors

9.5.1. perceived probability

9.5.2. incentive value of success

10. Convington's/Self worth Theory

10.1. people naturally want to feel a sense of self worth

10.2. peoples appraisal of thier own value

10.3. self esteem

10.4. competency/incompetent

10.5. self confidence is key because being able to succeed is an essential ingredient for effective learning

11. Social Cognitive Theory

11.1. the fact that people think affects how they behave

11.2. expectations vs. personal opninions

11.3. Self Efficacy

11.4. achievement anxiety

11.5. Vicarious Learning

11.6. self regulation