By Geoff Petty
Thoroughly revised, this variation with its clean new layout, educating ideas, principles and suggestion supply basic ideas for instructing. A coherent, proof dependent view of educating and studying, providing a few radical new tools identified to tremendously increase scholar achievement.
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If I haven’t learned it yet, then I need to try harder for longer, seek help, take risks, or change my strategy, it certainly doesn’t mean I’m stupid. ) Beliefs Intelligence and ability are fixed. You can’t change your basic ability however hard you try. Ability is in your genes, as are gifts and talents. You are born with them. ) Goals – ‘proving myself’ I try to ‘look smart’ by beating others, or succeeding with little effort. If I succeed especially with little effort, this proves I am a high-ability person.
And a belief I can make it! According to the ‘expectancy-value theory’ a learner’s motivation is determined by how much they value the goal(s) you or they are setting, and whether they expect to succeed. The motivation is given by the following formula: Motivation = Expectancy The extent to which the learner expects success in their learning X Value The value of the learning to the learner Value and expectancy are said to multiply, not add (Feather, 1982). This means that if a student gives the course an ‘expectancy’ score of zero, then motivation is zero however large the ‘value’ score.
Evidence based teaching : a practical approach by Geoff Petty