Mizzou LTC 1100 - Motivation- Emotional Learning (5 pages)

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Motivation- Emotional Learning

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University of Missouri
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Ltc 1100 - Orientation

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Motivation Emotional Learning 11 12 2014 Motivational Learning frequently is tied to cooperative learning Involves the processes that energize direct and sustain behavior o Perspectives On Motivation Behavioral Perspective Humanistic Cognitive Social Cognitive o Behavioral Perspective Emphasizes external rewards and punishments as keys in determining student motivation Using incentives to get students to pay attention study etc Extrinsically Motivated students like external rewards Social rewards pat on the back outward praise if Activity rewards Get to watch a movie listen to music if Tangible rewards Candy gold star etc if you Need to be enticed and prodded Interested in easy tasks A grade is an extrinsic reward o Humanistic Intrinsic Motivation Motivated by factors within themselves Engage in activity because it gives them pleasure Engage in assignments willingly Eager to learn classroom material Emphasizes personal freedom choice self determination and striving for personal growth Stressed the importance of intrinsic motivation and the role of filling needs Maslow s Hierarchy of Needs Self Actualization 5 Always striving never reaching Esteem 4 Love and Belongingness 3 Safety 2 Psychological 1 When a student acts out it is usually to fill a need When we punish them to stop that behavior the need doesn t go away so they produce a new behavior to fulfill that need Find that need and fulfill it from the start to avoid poor behavior Need for achievement to feel competent and capable Desire to have our own wishes Goal Orientations Mastery focus on task rather than ability seek to improve performance enjoy challenges task involved learners Performance concerned with outcomes seek ways to protect themselves ego involved learners Work Avoidant finish quick and avoid work all together Social nonacademic activities compete with schoolwork goal is to maintain relationships Cognitive Stresses importance of interpretations of external events Behavior is determined by



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