we saw that motivation relies on a set of beliefs that fuel the selection of productive goals. How can instructional professionals promote productive beliefs and goals? In this chapter, I will summarize specific motivational techniques you can use in order to:
Build beliefs of self-confidence and self-control
Encourage goals that focus on learning progress
Build lessons high in cognitive interest
Make lesson relevance salient
Instructional Environments That Motivate
Expertise depends on a self-regulatory performance cycle that includes (1) choosing a learning activity, (2) setting productive goals, (3) investing effort congruent ...
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