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An introduction to Maslow and the responsibilities of tutors in terms of motivation

An introduction to Maslow and the responsibilities of tutors in terms of motivation

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  • 1. Week 2
  • 2.  Review your role and responsibilities in lifelong learning Discuss the role of the teacher in motivating students Explore the college & course VLE
  • 3.  We require at least 80% attendance on the course – True or false? How many theory assignments do you need to do? When does the “roles, responsibilities and relationships” question need to be handed in? What should you fill in after every module?
  • 4. Maslow
  • 5.  Humanist psychologist Explained human nature in one simple model which represents 5 different levels and called Maslow’s Hierarchy of Need (1954)
  • 6.  Motivation, Motivation, Motivation Motivation is regarded by experienced and inexperienced teachers alike as a prerequisite for effective learning, and the greatest challenge that many teachers face is to make their students want to learn. - Geoff Petty- A practical Guide-Teaching Today
  • 7.  Intrinsic- comes from within- learning for own fulfillment- motivation with no apparent reward-study for own sake Extrinsic- external factors e.g. promotion at work

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