Motivating adolescents high school teachers perceptions and classroom practices

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Unformatted text preview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a:>>Cb ^P.(#X&(#/7 &-.*+$)+/($2 "#7" $)"..* (+&)"+$^ A+)+A(#./$ &/- )*&$$..B A&)(#)+$^R !+&)"+ 4+X+*.AB+/(R ?;2 ?R ? c ?] !. *#/5 (. ("#$ @(#)*+2 49I2 ?>Z?>F>Y?;]]DO;>C>:FOFD]C VHK2 "((A2YY-dZ-.#Z.7Y?>Z?>F>Y?;]]DO;>C>:FOFD]C Full terms and conditions of use: http://www.informaworld.com/terms-and-conditions-of-access.pdf This article may be used for research, teaching and private study purposes. Any substantial or systematic reproduction, re-distribution, re-selling, loan or sub-licensing, systematic supply or distribution in any form to anyone is expressly forbidden. The publisher does not give any warranty express or implied or make any representation that the contents will be complete or accurate or up to date. The accuracy of any instructions, formulae and drug doses should be independently verified with primary sources. The publisher shall not be liable for any loss, actions, claims, proceedings, demand or costs or damages whatsoever or howsoever caused arising directly or indirectly in connection with or arising out of the use of this material. Teacher Development Vol. 13, No. 1, February 2009, 116 ISSN 1366-4530 print/ISSN 1747-5120 online 2009 Teacher Development DOI: 10.1080/13664530902858469 http://www.informaworld.com Motivating adolescents: high school teachers perceptions and classroom practices Patricia L. Hardr* and David W. Sullivan University of Oklahoma, USA Taylor and Francis Ltd RTDE_A_386018.sgm ( Received 8 July 2008; final version received 12 February 2009 ) 10.1080/13664530902858469 Teacher Development 1366-4530 (print)/1747-5120 (online) Original Article 2009 Teacher Development 13 1000000February 2009 Dr PatriciaHardre hardre@ou.edu This study investigated high school teachers perceptions of the motivational needs of their students and the strategies they used to address those needs. Participants were 96 teachers in 15 high schools in a Southwestern state in the USA. Data were collected via paper-based questionnaires addressing teachers perceptions of: supportive classroom environment, students general motivation, causes of student lack of motivation, teachers self-efficacy for motivating students, interpersonal style, and motivating strategies. Quantitative data werestudents, interpersonal style, and motivating strategies....
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