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Motivation To Learn And Achievement

G. Denzine, R. Brown
Published 2015 · Psychology

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This chapter guides the reader through the theories of motivation and how learning is enhanced by understanding such theories. Moving through the concepts of self-regulated learning, locus of control, self-efficacy, student engagement, task value, beliefs about intelligence and goal orientation, the reader is presented with components critical to students’ achievement motivation. The chapter ends with practical ideas for teachers and administrators to enhance learning in the school setting.
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