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Profiles of intrinsic and extrinsic motivations: A person-centered approach to motivation and achievement in middle school
The distinction between intrinsic and extrinsic motivations is one of long-standing interest in education. Intrinsic motivation refers to engaging in a task for its own
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This paper is intended to provide a comprehensive solution to what ails the current public school system and its place in societal development – a
Autonomy, Competence, and Intrinsic Motivation in Science Education: A SelfDetermination Theory Perspective
The purpose of this study was to examine a proposed motivational model of science achievement based on self-determination theory. The study relied on U.S. eighth-grade
‘Whole system reform’ is the name of the game and ‘drivers’ are those policy and strategy levers that have the least and best chance of
Students experience deeper learning and start thinking outside the box when their teachers collaborate to present different aspects of the same subject across various disciplines.
Geoff Masters, Australian Council for Educational Research February 18, 2021 I handed down the final report of a two-year review of the New South Wales school curriculum in June