Motivational information in group learning

Samenvatting

More and more evidence is found that educational innovations fail because students? motivation is not as expected. The motivation/self-regulation models from Boekaerts (2005) and Ryan & Deci (2000) provide strategies to optimize this motivational orientation. A relatively new approach aims at influencing motivational beliefs and perceptions that students hold about instrumentality and group context of their education. This will be done by giving these students motivational information. In a series of experiments in a Dutch vocational training context, it will be attempted to influence students? motivational orientation and as such their actual study behavior in group work.

Output

Proefschrift

Wetenschappelijk artikel

  • k smit, c.j. de brabander, R. L. Martens(2014): Student-centred and teacher-centred learning environment in pre-vocational secondary education: Psychological needs, and motivation Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research pp. 695 - 712

Publieksinformatie

  • K. Smit(2009): student's goal preferences and motivation in the classroom
  • K. Smit(2010): Students? goal preferences and motivation in the classroom
  • K. Smit(2010): New and traditional learning environments in prevocational secondary education. Poster presented at SDT conference.
  • K. Smit(2010): students' goals preferences and motivation in the classroom

Kenmerken

Projectnummer

411-06-108

Hoofdaanvrager

Prof. dr. R.L. Martens

Verbonden aan

Expertisecentrum Beroepsonderwijs (ECBO)

Uitvoerders

Drs. K. Smit

Looptijd

01/02/2008 tot 04/07/2016