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  1. 1. Sarah Sanchez
  2. 2. Sarah Sanchez The greatest emotional barrier that we have is the pouring of the wine of new innovation into the old wine skins of an outdated understanding of human behavior.To get us moving in the right direction will require a new operating system, a "Type I" (Pink, 2009) operating system which provides autonomy, encourages mastery, and has a greater purpose. The big picture that all these commonalities point to is leading in the right direction.There is so much that is new; our traditions of education and business management systems cannot contain it without adopting a new wineskin, a new operating system, one which harnesses intrinsic motivation. (Learning Team 1)
  3. 3. Designcoursesforintrinsicmotivation: Createanonlineenvironment thatmakes peoplefeelgoodaboutparticipating. Giveusersautonomy. Keepthesystemasopenaspossiblethrough theuseofopensource. Sarah Sanchez
  4. 4. Give users autonomy over: Task - what you do Time - when you do it Team - who you do it with Technique - how you do it Are we offering students autonomy over how and when to do this work? How does our online environment promote or inhibit autonomy? Sarah Sanchez
  5. 5. Motivation 3.0 demands engagement. Only engagement can produce mastery—becoming better at something that matters. Mastery begins with “flow” - optimal experiences when the challenges we face are perfectly matched to our abilities. (Pink, pg. 207) Does this assignment promote mastery by offering a novel, engaging task? Sarah Sanchez
  6. 6. “Seek a purpose greater and more enduring than yourself.” (Pink, 2009) Do our students understand the purpose of this assignment? Is it relevant? Does it matter? Can students see how it contributes to the larger purpose? Sarah Sanchez
  7. 7. Friedman, E. H. (2007). A failure of nerve: Leadership in the age of the quick fix. NewYork, NY: Seabury Books. Kuhns, L., Parmley, K., Sanchez, S., & Short, H., (SU 2, 2010) EDUC 651 LearningTeam 1. ACU Online Palmer, P.J. (2008). The Promise of Paradox: A Celebration of Contradictions in the Christian Life. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. Pink, D.H. (2009) Drive:The SurprisingTruth AboutWhat Motivates Us. NewYork, NY: Riverhead Books. Scharmer, Otto (2009). Theory U: Leading from the Future as It Emerges. San Francisco, CA: Berrett- Koehler Publishers Inc. Retrieved from iBook database. The journey begins. Sarah Sanchez

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