Promoting intrinsic motivation among learners to diminish their need for an external reward

publicado a la‎(s)‎ 16 may. 2018 8:26 por Carrera Inglés PUCV   [ actualizado el 25 may. 2018 6:16 ]

Author: Pablo Tapia Carrasco (2017).

This action research sought to explore ways of promoting intrinsic motivation among students to diminish their need of an extrinsic reward. The participants were a group of 9th graders. The action plan followed a four-lesson process that culminated in a final evaluated and graded task: the creation of a poster that includes all the vocabulary and content covered during the unit sports and likes and dislikes. Data was collected through exit tickets, an assessment rubric, observation notes, mentor’s feedback, audio recordings, and a teacher’s journal. Although the results are inconclusive, there is evidence of improvement on the students’ general motivation for the class and the features involved.

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