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Pupil motivation and values

Raven, John

Pupil motivation and values

by Raven, John

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Published by Irish Association for Curriculum Development : Competency Motivation Project in Dublin .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby John Raven.
SeriesSurvey of attitudes of post primary teachers and pupils ;, v. 3
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLA644.7 .R38
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 83 p. :
Number of Pages83
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4596912M
ISBN 100904976025
LC Control Number77359514

Students lack interest or motivation. Students see little value in the course or its content. Students do not believe that their efforts will improve their performance. Students are demotivated by the structure and allocation of rewards. Students do not perceive the classroom climate as supportive.   Teachers’ personal values drive their goals and behaviors at school. Moreover, values can support subjective well-being and an individual sense of self-efficacy. Teachers’ self-efficacy, namely teachers’ beliefs in their ability to effectively handle the tasks, obligations, and challenges related to their professional activity, plays a key role in influencing important academic outcomes Cited by: 1.

Increasing Pupil Motivation ‘Increasing Pupil Motivation’ was designed to improve attainment at GCSE by providing incentives to increase pupil effort in Year Two schemes for incentivising pupil effort were implemented. The first provided a financial incentive, where pupils were told they had £80 at the beginning of each half-term. Teacher Motivation and Professional Development: A Guide to Resources provides information on teach-er motivation for those planning, conducting, and evaluating PD in math and science. Over resources relevant to teacher motivation and PD were identified and categorized. Categories areFile Size: KB.

One review described what pupils (aged ) believe impacts on their motivation to learn.[4] Some pupils perceive the curriculum to be restricted in what it recognises and values as student achievement. A systematic review of strategies to raise pupils’ motivational effort in Key Stage 4 .   Make the most of their innate motivation. Value the development of their capabilities. Mimimise the giving of rewards, as these only act on extrinsic motivation, and in fact diminish intrinsic motivation. Value task-orientedness. Value new solutions and ideas generated by pupils.


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Improving Pupils Motivation Together provides a refreshing and much-needed focus on how motivation can be enhanced by teachers and teaching assistants working both individually and collaboratively.

Written in an accessible and engaging manner, the book explores various theories of motivation from a range of perspectives, applying academic theory to real life classroom by: 2.

Some pupils perceive the curriculum to be restricted in what it recognises and values as student achievement. While what teachers do appears to impact significantly on pupil motivation, it is not the only influence. This review suggests that factors external to the classroom and the school also have an impact: for example, parental opinions.

Contents Foreword iii Preface v I. Concepts and Concerns 1 Introduction Why Education for Values Values and the Contemporary Realities What Value Education Aims at Renewing the Purpose of Schooling What are Values How Values are Acquired Value Concerns at School Stage II.

Approaches and Strategies 24 The Whole School Approach Pedagogy of ValuesFile Size: 9MB. Go to the book of Ruth to read about Ruth’s loyalty and dependability towards Naomi, and the generosity and kindness of Boaz towards Ruth. The story of Ananias and Sapphira (Acts Acts [1] But a certain man named Ananias, with Sapphira his wife, sold a possession, [2] And kept back part of the price, his wife also being privy to.

Motivation involves a constellation of beliefs, perceptions, values, interests, and actions that are all closely related.

As a result, various approaches to motivation can focus on cognitive behaviors (such as monitoring and strategy use), non-cognitive aspects (such as perceptions, beliefs, and attitudes), or both.

This means you can discover your employees’ values by observing and conversing with them. Examples of Motivation Based on Values If you have an employee who is motivated by power, you can motivate him or her by providing a company contest with a prize of a powerful position in a group setting.

ring to their motivational beliefs. Motivational beliefs refer to the opinions, judgements and values that students hold about objects, events or subject-matter domains. Researchers have described the beliefs that students use to assign meaning to learning situations.

A specific set of motivational beliefs pertains to the value students attach File Size: KB. Pesonality, values, and motivation Article (PDF Available) in Personality and Individual Differences 47(7) November w Reads How we measure 'reads'. Motivation: A Key to Effective Teaching Patrick J. Eggleton "The teacher has to have the energy of the hottest volcano, the memory of an elephant, and the diplomacy of an ambassador" (p.

47). Jaime Escalante, termed "The Best Teacher in America" by Mathews (), coined this description of a teacher from his personal experiences and by: 5.

Improving Pupils Motivation Together provides a refreshing and much-needed focus on how motivation can be enhanced by teachers and teaching assistants working both individually and collaboratively.

Written in an accessible and engaging manner, the book explores various theories of motivation from a range of perspectives, applying academic theory to real life classroom situations. Motivation, both intrinsic and extrinsic, is a key factor in the success of students at all stages of their education, and teachers can play a pivotal role in providing and encouraging that motivation.

Motivation is seen as a pre-requisite of and a necessary element for student engagement in learning. Student engagement in learning is not only an end in itself but it is also a means to the end of students achieving sound academic outcomes (Russell, Ainley & Frydenberg, ; Ryan & Deci, ).

outcomes. In specific situations, motivation to learn is typified by students engaging purposefully in classroom tasks, which they may or may not find pleasurable or exciting, but they take them seriously and find them meaningful and worthwhile (McCombs, ).

Pupil behavior involves four components-acting, thinking, feeling and physiology. Expectancy–Value Theory of Achievement Motivation Allan Wigfield University of Maryland and Jacquelynne S. Eccles University of Michigan We discuss the expectancy–value theory of motivation, focusing on an expec-tancy–value model developed and File Size: 63KB.

judgments, and values that students hold about objects, events, and learning processes (Brophy, ). Motivational belief also refers to students’ opinions of the efficacy or effectiveness of learning and the teaching process. For example, children’s beliefs about their academic important experiences have.

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Condition is very important and will greatly influence value. A beaten-up old book that is falling apart will have little value. Student Learning: Attitudes, Engagement and Strategies © OECD Learning for Tomorrow’s World – First Results from PISA 3 INTRODUCTIONFile Size: KB. Passion matters in that it motivates and inspires the teachers.

Passion is a motivational factor that affects teacher performance. It drives the teachers for a better student accomplishment. Passionate teachers create an effective learning environment and increase learning potential of Size: KB. motivation. Fortunate is the teacher whose children are positively oriented toward him and his subject matter.

He will find them working with greater vigor, learning more, more quickly. Attitudes Affect Why Learning is facilitated when a close, positive relationship exists between teacher and pupil File Size: 1MB.

Work values and motivation. Your work values and motivation are important for chosing a profession and for your performance in a position. Determining the values that are important to you in your work and keeping them in the back of your mind, will make it easier to decide if a job is a good fit for you.

She is a leader in the field of student motivation and her research is widely recognised. Over many decades she has developed a highly influential theory of student motivation building on the work of others, notably on ‘attribution theory’ – what we attribute for our failures and successes.Effective Teaching and Learning for Pupils in Low Attaining Groups Máiréad Dunne, Sara Humphreys and Judy Sebba mutual respect and value for the contribution of all pupils irrespective of pupils and their communities sustain motivation.

A more relaxed disciplinary regime in class is offered with emphasis on participation and teamwork File Size: KB.Teachers make the education of their pupils their first concern, and are accountable for achieving the highest possible standards in work and conduct.

Describe the impact this has had on pupil behaviour and motivation. They do not undermine fundamental British values, including democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual.