What affects student motivation

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What affects student motivation

  1. 1. What affects student motivation?Aleksandra LazarevaLET Master’s Degree program
  2. 2. • Outline • 2 3 1INTRO 4 ASPECTS 5 AFFECTING STUDENT MOTIVATION CONCLUSION
  3. 3. SOCIAL CONTEXT LEARNING DISABILITIES INDIVIDUAL CHARACTERISTICSHEALTH GOALS TASKFAMILY ASSESSMENT MOTIVATION INTEREST AFFECT ATTITUDES ATTRIBUTIONS SELF-EFFICACY FRIENDS
  4. 4. What motivates students in classrooms?Adapted from Pintrich, P. (2003)
  5. 5. Attributions Higher levels of interestSelf-efficacy & intrinsic motivationperceptions MOTIVATION Goals Task value beliefs
  6. 6. Attributions Higher levels of interestSelf-efficacy & intrinsic motivationperceptions MOTIVATION Goals Task value beliefs
  7. 7. Self-efficacy perceptions UNDERESTIMATED/ADAPTIVE OVERESTIMATED
  8. 8. Attributions Higher levels of interestSelf-efficacy & intrinsic motivationperceptions MOTIVATION Goals Task value beliefs
  9. 9. AttributionsADAPTIVE MALADAPTIVE
  10. 10. Attributions Higher levels of interestSelf-efficacy & intrinsic motivationperceptions MOTIVATION Goals Task value beliefs
  11. 11. InterestPERSONAL SITUATIONAL
  12. 12. Attributions Higher levels of interestSelf-efficacy & intrinsic motivationperceptions MOTIVATION Goals Task value beliefs
  13. 13. Task value beliefsINTRINSICINTEREST UTILITYIMPORTANCE COST
  14. 14. Attributions Higher levels of interestSelf-efficacy & intrinsic motivationperceptions MOTIVATION Goals Task value beliefs
  15. 15. GoalsACADEMIC SOCIAL
  16. 16. Attributions and control beliefs Higher levels of interestSelf-efficacy & intrinsic motivationperceptions MOTIVATION Goals Task value beliefs
  17. 17. SOCIAL CONTEXT LEARNING DISABILITIES INDIVIDUAL CHARACTERISTICSHEALTH GOALS TASKFAMILY ASSESSMENT MOTIVATION INTEREST AFFECT ATTITUDES ATTRIBUTIONS SELF-EFFICACY FRIENDS AND MANY OTHER THINGS…
  18. 18. • Sources •Baugher Webmaster Services [http:// www.flickr.com/photos/aaronbaugher /4174085567/sizes/l/in/photostream/] CC BY 2.0Pintrich, R.P. (2003). A motivational science perspective on the role of student motivation in learning and teaching contexts. Journal of Educational Psychology, Vol. 95, No. 4, pp. 667-686.

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