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Motivation by Mind Map: Motivation

1. Theories

1.1. Carol Dweck's Mindset Theory

1.1.1. major concept: This theory measure differences in motivation, engagement and effort levels Fixed Ability is static Growth Ability is developed

1.1.2. vocabulary: fixed mindset=intelligence is fixed and growth mindset= intelligence is developed.

1.1.3. how can I use it? Praise students. You are smart! you can do it! well done you are clever, you are awesome..etc.

1.2. cognitive and Emotional Arousal Yerkes-Dodson Law.

1.2.1. Major Concept Low cognitive arousal: asleep. High Emotional .Arousal=. hipper. PEOPLE PERFORM ACTIONS IN ORDER TO MAINTAIN AN OPTIMUM LEVEL OF PSHYC. AROUSAL

1.2.2. VOCABULARY: Cognitive Arousal: Emotional Arousal:

1.2.3. Test, quizzes... adrenaline haha. Watch a fun video clip, play a game, bring a candy

1.3. Drive Reduction theory

1.4. Extrinsic Motivation Theory

1.4.1. obtain a reward or avoid a punishment.

1.4.2. to get a good grade, give a student a smal candy for being engage in class.

1.5. Instrict Motivation Theory

1.5.1. own sake, self-reward, essentially, enjoyable, challenging and exciting.

1.5.2. To many rewards can lead to over-justification effect.

1.6. Attribution Theory "Weiner"

1.6.1. Stability Stable Ability, task difficut Unstable Effort and lucky

1.6.2. Locus of causality Internal Ability, effort, External task difficulty, luck

1.6.3. Locus of control in ones control out of ones control

1.7. Self-Efficacy

1.7.1. organize and execute, success in a particular situation.

1.7.2. sources mastery experiences Social Modeling Social Persuasion Psychological Responses

1.8. Goal Theory

1.8.1. Mastery Goals is when you set out to become the best you can be at a single task

1.8.2. Performance Goals are short-term objectives set for specific duties or tasks in your current job position or in school

1.9. Maslow's Needs Hierarchy Theory: "A Theory of Human Motivation" in Psychological Review. Maslow subsequently extended the idea to include his observations of humans' innate curiosity.

1.9.1. Deficiency needs

1.9.2. Being needs

1.10. Self Determination Theory

1.10.1. motivation Intrinsic motiv. extrinsic mot.

1.10.2. meeting students by autonomy belonging competence

1.10.3. Relevance/facts. Make it FUN

2. Motivation

2.1. Adrenaline and cortisol

2.1.1. anxiety

2.1.2. stress

2.2. Dopamine

2.2.1. motivation

2.2.2. enjoy





3.4. FIXED


4. New vocabulary

4.1. intrinsic

4.1.1. internal regulations

4.1.2. + AUTONOMOUS FROM EXTRINSIC= positively to import academy outcomes/comptence

4.2. extrinsic

4.2.1. external regulations

5. Tools in Classromm

5.1. emotion

5.1.1. Midterm

5.2. motivation

5.3. engage activities

5.4. great resources & materials

5.5. autonomy supportive


6. Jordan

6.1. what do we, as teachers, do with students who don't want to learn?

6.1.1. why? 6 motivation Deficit Readiness: unmotivated because he/she can not do the assignment. Work avoidance: "response effort" Interest: Not engage Value: no adequate payoff Belief: low self-efficacy/lack of confidence Belonging: lacks of positive relationship with teacher

6.2. HELP JORDAN: Ask him challenging questions. Designing Learning Games on the Ipod to engage him, or having a constructive conversation in class. Extrinsic/intrinsic motivation.: