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Creating an intrinsic-motivation-driven course design method

Geoffrey L. Herman, Kathryn Trenshaw, David E. Goldberg, Jonathan Stolk, Mark Somerville
2013 2013 IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE)  
The low-cost intrinsic motivation (IM) course conversion project is an effort to create a new system of course design that focuses on creating scalable and sustainable courses that emphasize promoting  ...  In this paper, we present a preliminary attempt to formalize this IM-driven course design method as well as a system for evaluating the short-and long-term costs of implementing a specific course design  ...  Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation 978-1-4673-5261  ... 
doi:10.1109/fie.2013.6685021 dblp:conf/fie/HermanTGSS13 fatcat:p4pvj5waazhppmhdn5zkoleb34

Enthusiastic but Inconsistent: Graduate Teaching Assistants' Perceptions of Their Role in the CURE Classroom

Emma C. Goodwin, Jessica R. Cary, Erin E. Shortlidge, James Hewlett
2021 CBE - Life Sciences Education  
Expectancy-value theory was used to explore how graduate teaching assistants (GTAs) value for teaching a course-based undergraduate research experience (CURE) impacts their motivation and perceptions of  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Thank you to the graduate student participants who generously shared their experiences and perspectives with us for this work.  ...  This work would not be possible without the substantial assistance from the faculty instructor and the lab coordinator associated with the CURE, who were critical in facilitating our on-site case studies  ... 
doi:10.1187/cbe.21-04-0106 pmid:34714689 pmcid:PMC8715784 fatcat:vk4f3ponhfdevo6s4xqo32xmty

Finding satisfaction: intrinsic motivation for synchronous and asynchronous communication in the online language learning context

Daniel Bailey, Norah Almusharraf, Ryan Hatcher
2020 Education and Information Technologies : Official Journal of the IFIP technical committee on Education  
In the context of a fully online foreign language English course, we used structural equation modeling to explore the motivation for asynchronous collaborative writing practice, motivation for video-synchronous  ...  Cross-sectional survey results (n = 186) revealed that students who were motivated by asynchronous online collaborative writing were more likely to enjoy online learning in general when compared to students  ...  Research Question 4: How do students describe intrinsic motivation for speaking and writing practice in an online EFL course?  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10639-020-10369-z pmid:33169066 pmcid:PMC7641871 fatcat:lhyveut76nah3os4klkrd3tb2q

Early year undergraduate researchers' reflections on the values and perceived costs of their research experience

Gaye D. Ceyhan, John W. Tillotson
2020 International Journal of STEM Education  
The findings of this study can form the basis for future work on exploring ways to increase the values and decrease the costs students experience in their undergraduate research experiences.  ...  Results The results revealed that intrinsic value had the highest expression in participants' motivation to engage in research.  ...  Acknowledgements This study would not have been possible without SUSTAIN Scholars who participated in the project and shared their stories.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40594-020-00248-x fatcat:lv64whjlkfcxnmbagaapecuw5u

Pedagogical outlines for OLPC initiatives: A case of Ukombozi school in Tanzania

Mikko Apiola, Saila Pakarinen, Matti Tedre
2011 IEEE Africon '11  
experiences of using one-to-one computing in the classroom.  ...  Ukombozi primary school in Iringa, Tanzania, faced the same situation in 2009, when we received 100 laptop computers for pupils to use.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT This research was partly funded by the Academy of Finland grant #132572.  ... 
doi:10.1109/afrcon.2011.6072084 fatcat:eax7gnwik5ch5c6rclbmvl6zpm

The targeted oral

P. K. Rangachari
2004 Advances in Physiology Education  
Students were given an option to explore topics of particular relevance to them. In the earlier version of the course, these explorations were submitted as written essays.  ...  Here too, the course was run in a problem-based format and students were provided opportunities to explore topics of specific interest.  ...  In addition to the low reliability, the issue of feasibility and cost is a serious one.  ... 
doi:10.1152/advan.00030.2004 pmid:15545351 fatcat:r7ydejxvyzfxfdtf7fnt2e6x5q

The Moderating Effects of Group Work on the Relationship Between Motivation and Cognitive Load

Jamie Costley, Christopher Lange
2018 International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning  
In other words, while all students benefited from group work, students with lower levels of motivation benefited more than students with high levels of motivation.  ...  Furthermore, this study sought to understand what role group work plays in moderating the relationship between motivation and germane load.  ...  may present more of a challenge for high intrinsically motivated students than it would have for low intrinsically motivated students.  ... 
doi:10.19173/irrodl.v19i1.3325 fatcat:7bgoczirinecnhl6qr4o3mcmja

Arts engagement outside of school: Links with Year 10 to 12 students' intrinsic motivation and self-efficacy in responding to art

Julia E. Morris
2018 The Australian Educational Researcher  
This study draws on student engagement factors to examine the relationship between students' nonschool based arts experiences on their intrinsic motivation and self-efficacy to participate in visual arts  ...  A total of 266 Year 10 to 12 students from 18 schools in Western Australia (WA) participated in the quantitative research, which explored outside-school arts engagement as well as cognitive and psychological  ...  Conversely, students may start with low motivation or self-efficacy, but through mastery of the subject build their self-efficacy and become more motivated to engage in the subject again (Deci and Moller  ... 
doi:10.1007/s13384-018-0269-8 fatcat:urizhuq53nd7dmv3242f6dun6i

Using Expectancy Value Theory to understand motivation, persistence, and achievement in university‐level foreign language learning

Charles Nagle
2021 Foreign language annals  
The Challenge Why do so many students stop taking foreign language courses after their first or second year?  ...  Motivation research can shed light on these questions by providing insight into the dimensions of motivation that predict achievement-related behaviors.  ...  Given the sustained intense interest in motivation and ongoing national conversations regarding student recruitment and retention, the time is right to explore alternative motivational frameworks.  ... 
doi:10.1111/flan.12569 fatcat:ewdsk2pwzvcvfdw25lgwafbfje

Research on the Stimulation of Junior School Students' English Learning Motivation Based on Self-Determination Theory—— Taking Students in Zhoushan No.1 Junior School as Example

2019 International Journal of Humanities Social Sciences and Education  
In the recent foreign language teaching process, some theorists of constructivism advocate that learning is a course of leaners' actively constructing their own knowledge and experience.  ...  This kind of conception of learning emphasizes the initiative, enthusiasm and situationality, which is helpful to stimulate students' intrinsic motivation and make students' passive acceptance transfer  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This paper is funded by the Chinese National Innovation and Entrepreneurship Training Program for College Students.  ... 
doi:10.20431/2349-0381.0610010 fatcat:tgy33dnqpnaczeaelupwgwspem

The effect of extrinsic motivation on user behavior in a collaborative information finding system

Bracha Shapira, Paul B. Kantor, Benjamin Melamed
2001 Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
This article reports on an experiment conducted using the "AntWorld," system, a collaborative information finding system for the Internet, to explore the effect of added motivation on users' behavior.  ...  The findings suggest that relatively inexpensive extrinsic motivators can produce modest but significant increases in cooperative behavior.  ...  We acknowledge the support of the AntWorld programming team, particularly Dr.  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.1148.abs fatcat:viryi26debcnfp4d2j5qxgkdbm

The effect of extrinsic motivation on user behavior in a collaborative information finding system

Bracha Shapira, Paul B. Kantor, Benjamin Melamed
2001 Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
This article reports on an experiment conducted using the "AntWorld," system, a collaborative information finding system for the Internet, to explore the effect of added motivation on users' behavior.  ...  The findings suggest that relatively inexpensive extrinsic motivators can produce modest but significant increases in cooperative behavior.  ...  We acknowledge the support of the AntWorld programming team, particularly Dr.  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.1148 fatcat:saknopiabfgi7g67puwohs5i3e

Teachers' Perspectives on Motivational Challenges and Strategies in L2 Writing Classes at Higher Education Institutions in the UAE

El-Soussi Amira, University of Exeter, UK
2021 The Journal of AsiaTEFL  
Findings show that most students experience low levels of writing motivation.  ...  Instructors report encountering several student motivational challenges related to student intrinsic motivation, cost of writing, value of writing, and self-efficacy and expectancy.  ...  The Author Amira El-Soussi is a third year EdD student at the University of Exeter in the UK. She has been an English lecturer at the American University in Dubai for around fourteen years.  ... 
doi:10.18823/asiatefl.2021.18.1.4.57 fatcat:pvmhikn245e3zoebeb5dxnnqpi

Narrative-Centered Learning Environments: A Story-Centric Approach to Educational Games [chapter]

James C. Lester, Jonathan P. Rowe, Bradford W. Mott
2012 Emerging Technologies for the Classroom  
This chapter explores the relationship between narrative-centered learning and student motivation.  ...  as a powerful motivating force for students.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors wish to thank members of the IntelliMedia Group of North Carolina State University Additional support was provided by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the William and  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-4696-5_15 fatcat:kyoiw5dkyzg5lp366ndbjk4v7q

The Opportunities and Limitations of Blended Learning and the Flipped Classroom for Second Language Teaching

Yibu Luo
2021 BCP Social Sciences & Humanities  
Conversely, students lead the learning process in the flipped classroom because they must complete tasks with extracurricular materials and classroom collaboration.  ...  Lastly, the article concluded that the two new models provide significant reference cases in exploring better practice modes to increase the quality of second language teaching.  ...  The intrinsic learning motivation forms in such a sense of achievement subconsciously.  ... 
doi:10.54691/bcpssh.v14i.193 fatcat:4frz4swowzgzfkqpnz4llqvlta
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