Cultivating Intrinsic Student Motivation
Students who are motivated by their own learning perform considerably higher academically than unmotivated and unengaged peers. During the last 35 years, learning environments and their effect on motivation have been widely examined in the fields of education and psychology. This Education Insight highlights well-researched methods of supporting students’ intrinsic motivation in educational settings and applying that research to edtech tools. When you read this Education Insight, you'll discover information about motivation frameworks, selecting an educational technology program, and activities to support intrinsic motivation. Start engaging your students now by using techniques inside this informative Education Insight. Download and read it today.
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