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Learn about how both intrinsic and extrinsic motivation is reflected in cognitive, emotional, and behavioral engagement in school activities.
Outlines evaluations that will give students a perception of control over achievement outcomes, direct future efforts and point out developing competencies.
Learn seven ways that motivation affects your child's learning and behavior.
Different kids have different learning styles. Find out how to foster the 10 types of learning styles and discover the one that suits your child best.
Outlines the components of self-determination including behavioral autonomy, self-regulated behavior, psychological empowerment and self-realization.
Summarizes the importance of a positive attitude, leading a student to be more open to science, and develop more useful ideas and skills.
Describes processes adults use to directly and indirectly influence children including modeling, direct instruction, coaching and giving feedback.
Parents want their child to have good self-esteem. However, self-esteem doesn’t come naturally to children. It is something that must be fostered, developed,
Children are motivated to work on activities and learn when their environments are rich in interesting activities that arouse their curiosity and offer
Students face many adjustments in school. From year to year, there are changes in teachers, classrooms, school and class rules and procedures etc. Their
The will to learn is an intrinsic motive, one that finds both its source and its rewards in its own exercises. This article provides insight on different
A discussion of self-efficacy and how it influences academic performance.
Summarizes five main factors that influence motivation as well as additional research on mathematical instruction and student learning.
The article discusses the importance of motivation in children and how it affects behavior and cognition.
The Latino population is the largest and fastest growing minority group in the US. Strategies to ensure successful Latino students.
Many schools believe Latino parents don't help their kids academically, but they do. Learn how parents help Latino students succeed in school.
How parents in rural areas can best support their children prepare for college. Strategies for college transition success.
Summarizes five important factors in developing capable readers including word identification, fluency, vocabulary, comprehension, and motivation.
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