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Chapter 12 Motivation to Learn Themes of the Chapter Motivation reflects the quality of students’ thinking Teachers can support students’ motivation by helping them think in constructive ways
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Guiding Questions How does quality of thinking explain quality of motivation? When students are hesitant, what can a teacher do to promote their confidence? How can teachers foster in students a constructive, mastery-oriented reaction to failure? How can teachers implement a goal-setting program? What can a teacher do to transform an anxiety-ridden classroom climate into a culture of eager learners? How can teachers help students become self-regulated learners? How can teachers support motivation in diverse learners and students with special needs?
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Ten Motivational States Chapter 12 Self-efficacy Mastery beliefs Attributions Goals Self-regulation Chapter 11 Psychological needs Intrinsic motivation Extrinsic motivation Positive emotions Achievement strivings See page 405 Table 12.1
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Quality of Student Functioning Selection of activities Effort and persistence Quality of thinking and feeling
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Self-Efficacy A person’s judgment of how well (or how poorly) he or she will cope with a situation, given the skills one possesses and the circumstances one faces
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Selection of Activities Students with low self-efficacy avoid activities Students with high self-efficacy approach activities Can you give examples of tasks in which you experience Low self-efficacy? High self-efficacy?
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Effort and Persistence When experiencing self-doubt Students with low self-efficacy Slacken effort Give up Students with high self-efficacy Recover their sense of self-assurance quickly Persist and exert effort
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Quality of Thinking and Feeling In stressful situations Students with low self-efficacy
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