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Antenille's Motivation Theories Presentation


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This presentation was created for EDL 520 - Instructional Leadership course under University of Phoenix. It features 3 motivation theories: Behavioral, SocioCultural, and Humanistic. Enjoy!

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Antenille's Motivation Theories Presentation

  1. 1. Motivation Theories Antenille M. Santos July 14, 2014 EDL 520/Instructional Leadership Dr. Laquanda Bruce
  2. 2. Today’s Objectives ➔Distinguish qualities of behavioral, sociocultural, and humanistic motivations ➔Evaluate how these motivation theories can contribute to academic success ➔Assess which motivation strategies you use and how effective they are ➔Develop a motivation plan for your classroom that incorporates all three theories
  3. 3. Behavioral Motivation ● Sentence Frame activity ● Intrinsic and Extrinsic ● Video Clip If the video does not play, click on this link: p2aTqM0
  4. 4. Weighing Behavioral Motivation Strengths ★ classroom management ★ efforts = rewards ★ positive reinforcement Weaknesses ➢classroom disruption ➢rewards outweigh purpose ➢negative reinforcement
  5. 5. ● students know and demonstrate acceptable behavior both in and out of the classroom ● students understand that actions have consequences ● students feel secure in the class ● less time addressing disciplinary problems and more time giving instructions Ideal Results of Behavioral Motivation
  6. 6. If the video does not play, click on this link: Sociocultural Motivation
  7. 7. Weighing Sociocultural Motivation Strengths ★ appreciate each other ★ value diversity ★ value compromise and negotiation ★ learn proper social interactions Weaknesses ➢ cultural differences may interfere ➢ students’ ZPD vary ➢ phobia of working with other people
  8. 8. If the video does not play, click on this link: momchgLRFE Ideal Results of Sociocultural Motivation
  9. 9. Humanistic Motivation ● Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs (1943) ● Focus: people are motivated by what they need
  10. 10. Weighing Humanistic Motivation Strengths ★ focus on personal growth ★ awareness of one’s needs ★ become effective global citizens Weaknesses ➢ obstacles can prohibit focus ➢ society’s needs can influence personal needs ➢ perceptions instilled in a child can distort morals and ethics
  11. 11. Ideal Results of Humanistic Motivation If the video does not play, click on this link:
  12. 12. Next Steps 1. Which of the three motivational theories do you apply the most in your class? How? 2. Which of the three motivational theories for apply the least in your class? What might you do to begin doing so? 3. In applying the theories, how might you design them to be age appropriate? 4. How can these theories be used to a. address our school’s purpose? b. promote cultural responsiveness? c. build morale and camaraderie amongst staff?
  13. 13. Talk Time and Takeaways Thank you for your time and attention ● Questions? ● Comments? ● Lingering Thoughts? ● Post Assessment ● Evaluation
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