Archives par mot-clé : Intrinsic motivation

Mark Morgan,  Reward-Induced Decrements and Increments in Intrinsic Motivation, Review of Educational Research, Vol. 54, No. 1 (Spring, 1984), pp. 5-30

Abstract The circumstances under which rewards undermine or enhance intrinsic interest are examined. It emerges that the recipient’s perception of the functions of the dispensed reward is critically important. In particular, the distinction between reward instrumentality and rewards as symbols … Continuer la lecture

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Rathunde, K. & Csikszentmihalyi, M. (2005a). Middle school students’ motivation and quality of experience: A comparison of Montessori and traditional school environments. American journal of education, 111(3), pp. 341-371.

Abstract This study compared the motivation and quality of experience of demographically matched students from Montessori and traditional middle school programs. Approximately 290 students responded to the Experience Sampling Method (ESM) and filled out questionnaires. Multivariate analyses showed that the … Continuer la lecture

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Koh, J. H. L., & Frick, T. W. (2010). Implementing autonomy support: Insights from a Montessori classroom. International Journal of Education, 2(2), 1–15.

This case study research examined how autonomy supportive classrooms were implemented within an upperelementary Montessori classroom. The authors found that the Montessori philosophy of student autonomy guided how teachers applied strategies to the learning environment and how they developed guidelines … Continuer la lecture

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