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  • How does “ The interplay between the extrinsic forces acting on persons and the intrinsic motives and needs inherent in human nature is the territory of SDT.” relate to Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs?
  • How does “SDT propositions also focus on how social and cultural factors facilitate or undermine people’s sense of volition and initiative, in addition to their well-being and the quality of their performance.” relate to Vygotsky’s theory of cognitive development?
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    • 1. Self-Determination Theory and Learning Learning Theories University of Connecticut, TCPCG Summer 2011
    • 2. Self-Determination Theory
      • Edward Deci & Richard Ryan 
      • Framework to study human motivation and personality
      • Extrinsic motivation
        • Reward systems, opinions of others
      • Intrinsic motivation
        • Interests, curiosity, core values
       Deci, E. L., & Ryan, R. M. (1985). Intrinsic motivation and self-determination in human behavior. New York: Plenum.
    • 3.
      • “ The interplay between the extrinsic forces acting on persons and the intrinsic motives and needs inherent in human nature is the territory of SDT.”
    • 4.  
    • 5.
      • “ SDT propositions also focus on how social and cultural factors facilitate or undermine people’s sense of volition and initiative, in addition to their well-being and the quality of their performance.”
    • 6.  
    • 7. High Quality Motivation
      • Conditions that foster
        • AUTONOMY
        • COMPETENCE
        • RELATEDNESS
      • Resulting in
        • ENHANCED PERFORMANCE
        • PERSISTANCE
        • CREATIVITY
    • 8. BIG 3: Autonomy, Competency, Relatedness
      • PRESENT: When all three needs are ongoingly satisfied, people will develop and function effectively and experience overall wellness
      • ABSENT: When needs are thwarted, people more likely evidence ill-being and non-optimal functioning
    • 9. SDT and Learning [self-study]
      • THINK of an example from your experience as a learner (formal or informal) when you felt autonomous, competent, and connected to others.
      • PAIR with your neighbor and share your stories.
      • SHARE with the class the commonalities & differences in your stories.
    • 10. Harness Your Students' Digital Smarts | Edutopia
    • 11. SDT and Learning [case study]
      • Describe the interaction between Vicki Davis’ pedagogy and her students’ SD?
      • Support your response with two examples of specific pedagogical practices you noted that may influence her students’ feelings of autonomy, competency, and relatedness.
      • Formulate a theory to practice statement reflecting the relationship between pedagogy and students’ self-determination.
    • 12. Connecting Concepts
      • Goleman’s Emotional Intelligence (E.Q.)
      • Intrinsic Motivation
      • Extrinsic Motivation
      • “Hot cognition”
      • The affective domain (the role of emotion in learning
      • “Baggage”
      • Pink’s autonomy, mastery, and purpose
    • 13. Thank You Prepared by GNA Garcia University of Connecticut, Educational Psychology Faculty