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Module 3: Motivational Factors
in Learning
Mirasol C. Rolluqui
• defined as the process
that initiates, guides,
and maintains goal-
oriented behaviors.
• what causes us to act
1. Activation - involves the decision to
initiate a behavior
2. Persistence - is the continued effort
toward a goal even t...
 Instincts - suggests that behaviors are
motivated by instincts, which are fixed and
inborn patterns of behavior.
 Drive...
 Knowledge in a particular content area
 Beliefs about what the teacher expects
 Adolescents’ self concept or perceived...
 Manage the environment
 Manage our own thoughts
 Set goals
 Maintain a healthy lifestyle
 Make commitment
 Monitor ...
Intrinsic Motivation Extrinsic Motivation
-Comes from within
-Comes from
pleasure provided
by the work itself
-Comes from ...
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Motivational Factors in Learning

  1. 1. Module 3: Motivational Factors in Learning Mirasol C. Rolluqui
  2. 2. • defined as the process that initiates, guides, and maintains goal- oriented behaviors. • what causes us to act
  3. 3. 1. Activation - involves the decision to initiate a behavior 2. Persistence - is the continued effort toward a goal even though obstacles may exist. 3. Intensity - can be seen in the concentration and vigor that goes into pursuing a goal
  4. 4.  Instincts - suggests that behaviors are motivated by instincts, which are fixed and inborn patterns of behavior.  Drives and Needs - suggests that people have basic biological drives and that our behaviors are motivated by the need to fulfill these drives.  Arousal Levels - suggests that people are motivated to engage in behaviors that help them maintain their optimal level of arousal.
  5. 5.  Knowledge in a particular content area  Beliefs about what the teacher expects  Adolescents’ self concept or perceived personal ability  Anxiety and concern over grades  Level of support in the classroom environment  Difficulty and challenges of the task  Social interaction  Belief that learning is useful, meaningful and of consequence of others
  6. 6.  Manage the environment  Manage our own thoughts  Set goals  Maintain a healthy lifestyle  Make commitment  Monitor our behavior  Manage stress  Manage rewards
  7. 7. Intrinsic Motivation Extrinsic Motivation -Comes from within -Comes from pleasure provided by the work itself -Comes from the pleasure of a reward -based on the external reward: it comes from outside us. Other types of motivation Conscious Motivation - deals with the awareness of such motivation. Unconscious Motivation – not aware of such motivation

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