week 3 - motivation 1 AC edited ppt

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MOTIVATION Need and Process Theories Interactive Three ANNA & CHRISTY
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- ACTIVE LEARNING TEAMS (ALT) - Team for the rest of the semester - Team for case study - SNACKS: - Thank you to Yina & Kristiana - Next week: ANNOUNCEMENTS
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TEAM 1 TEAM 2 TEAM 3 TEAM 4 TEAM 5 TEAM 6 Emma B. Elodie Thomas Easton Liya Alexandre Andrea Simon Katan Kristiana Drew Yina Bobby Chloe Blaire Emma N. Sean Christine Jack Pedram Maddy Umar OBCC ALT TEAMS
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OBjectives Discuss the difference between need theories and process theories of  motivation Recognize the implications of individual and situational differences in  motivation 2. Understand how motivation plays a role in our everyday lives  3.
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Exercise 1 Beanbag toss
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+1 : when success in first trial is followed by a increased distance in the second trial +1 : when failure in the first trial is followed by a decreased distance in the second trial 0 : when distance remains unchanged -1 : when success in the first trial is followed by a decreased distance in the second trial -1 : when failure in the first trial is followed by an increased distance in the second trial.
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