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Title: Motivation Theories


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MotivationTheories
  • What makes you want to change?

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How do I begin to lead on change ?
  • By the end of this power-point you will be able
    to
  • reflect, theorise and generalise about motivation
    theory
  • This is because you will
  • know about a range of factors affecting
    motivation
  • be able to use theory to help analyse motivation
    in your educational setting
  • be able to apply this knowledge to design and
    deliver changes which improve standards in
    literacy.

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In summary then
  • You will be able to
  • experience
  • reflect
  • theorise
  • apply
  • The table shows how these concepts link to the
    key words of
  • perspective motivation action

Key word
Perspective experience What is the current position?
Motivation reflect How do things need to be changed?
Action apply What should I do?
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How do I get things to changelook at Motivation
Theory
Think about a recent event where you had to lead
on change. It may be a lesson, Key Stage or Phase
initiative or a whole school policy.
Write down the reasons why this event was
successful. Be brief but include all aspects of
the change
Experience
Identify the key features that led to successful
change.
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How do I get things to changelook at Motivation
Theory
Self-determination theory
The innate tendency to thrive dependent on the
immediate environment. Take some time to research
self-determination theory so that you familiar
with the term and its ideas.
You may like to start with these readings but
look for articles that are appropriate to your
setting.
http//www.unco.edu/cebs/psychology/kevinpugh/moti
vation_project/resources/ryan_deci00.pdf
http//www.education.com/reference/article/self-de
termination-theory-of-motivation
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How do I get things to changelook at Motivation
Theory
Attribution theory
Carol Dweck is a leader in the field of
motivational theory and has developed a highly
influential approach. Bernard Weiner also offers
some very interesting comments.
Again, find some research that speaks to you in
relation to your experience.
http//teacherstoolbox.co.uk/T_Dweck.html
http//www.education.com/reference/article/dweck-c
arol-susan-1946-/
http//www.learning-theories.com/weiners-attributi
on-theory.html
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How do I get things to changelook at Motivation
Theory
Needs based theory
These theories are based on a hierarchy of needs.
The most common being Maslow. You might also like
to consider, Alderfers ERG theory and the dual
factor theory of Frederick Herzberg. .
You might like to look at these theories in
relation to barriers to learning poverty, social
deprivation or additional learning needs.
http//www.web-books.com/eLibrary/NC/B0/B58/085MB5
8.html
http//www.learning-theories.com/maslows-hierarchy
-of-needs.html
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Return to the notes on your two events
  • What aspects of the motivational theories played
    a part in the positive and negative aspects of
    your experiences of leading on change?
  • Complete this sentence
  • If I were to lead on change, I would like to
    consider these three points of motivational
    theory

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Experience, reflect, theorise and apply
  • Through engaging with the activities in this
    power-point, you have been able to
  • look at previous experiences and reflect on how
    these have been beneficial in changing practice
  • read about theories of motivation and relate
    these to your experiences
  • begin to apply this learning to a different
    situation where change is needed.
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