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  • 1. Win them over Motivating your audience
  • 2. process instigating + sustaining goal-directed activity
  • 3. motivation pay attention take notes check understanding ask for help practice Zimmerman, BJ (2000). Attaining self-regulation: A social cognitive perspective. In M. Boekaerts, P.R. Pintrich, & M. Zeidner (Eds.), Handbook of self-regulation (pp. 13-39). San Diego: Academic Press. learning & participation
  • 4. Objectives Identify triggers of motivation Cultivate motivation Design solutions
  • 5. “A problem well stated is a problem half solved.” 
 Charles F. Kettering Resolution 35% Problem identification 65%
  • 6. Boredom isn’t so bad
  • 7. let’s look to theory for motivational triggers
  • 8. Individual and Internal Environment Rational Cognitive Emotional Social and External Environment
  • 9. Individual and Internal Environment Expectancy Value Needs and Goals Attributions Self-efficacy Mastery goal orientation Affect Personal interest Intrinsic motivation Rational Cognitive Emotional Performance goal orientation Models Extrinsic motivation Social and External Environment Social influence Situational interest
  • 10. Expectancy A+ Value
  • 11. Attributions perceptions of causes of outcomes
  • 12. Social influence Models Self-efficacy
  • 13. Mastery orientation Needs and goals Performance orientation
  • 14. Personal interest Situational interest Affect
  • 15. Intrinsic motivation Extrinsic motivation
  • 16. 1. Read the case. 2. Underline the problems. 3. Determine an underlying cause
 and propose a solution. (Refer to your handout.)
  • 17. Engage the social, individual, emotional, cognitive

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