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Is there a role for trainers, teachers and instructional designers in terms of building motivation into training? We'll cover issue regarding motivation of learners in a number of different training and education settings.


They're Not Just Big Kids: Motivating Adult Learners. By Thoms, Karen Jarrett
This paper discusses motivation of adult learners. The first section discusses the adult learner, including the concepts of andragogy and pedagogy, as well as student-centered learning. The second section summarizes changing student demographics and predictions. The third section presents principles of adult learning. The fourth section covers characteristics of adult learners. There's more, and you can access the abstract plus the entire article here. Hits: 559 )

Capturing and Directing Student Motivation By Stanford University
Overview of literature on student motivation and tips for incorporating methods of motivation into courses and connecting with students' desire to succeed. From Stanford University Teaching Newsletter Hits: 399 )

Motivating Students By Carleton University
From Carleton University, this page has links and explanations on the topic of student motivation. Good content, well presented on this challenging topic suitable for teachers, trainers, and professors. Hits: 431 )

17 Tips To Motivate Adult Learners By Christopher Pappas
Simple and straight forward article on motivating adult learners with a focus on online adult learners. The tips are simple and you can apply them immediately when you teach. Hits: 344 )

Helping Student Become More Motivated To Learn By na
Fundamentally, the process of motivation stems from stimulation, which in turn is followed by an emotional reaction that leads to a specific behavioral response. In the classroom, if a student's behavior is regarded as desirable and is rewarded, the positive reinforcement stimulates the student to repeat the desirable behavior. Conversely, if a student's behavior is regarded as undesirable and the individual receives a response with a negative undertone, demotivation results. Furthermore, anxiety and frustration often result if behavior thought to be positive does not lead to proper recognition, reinforcement and reward. Hits: 416 )

Motivating adult learners: 6 methods for improving engagement By na
Six basic but essential strategies for motivating adult learners. Great for beginners or as a refresher for the more experienced trainers either in online teaching or face to face. Hits: 306 )

Motivating Adult Learners to Their Highest Potential, Education Up Close, Teaching Today, Glencoe Online By na
Presents some suggestions about how to motivate adult learners based on Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs, if you are into that kind of thing (which you shouldn't be since there are better models of motivation). Hits: 442 )

Motivate Your Learners with These 5 Simple Tips By Tom Kuhlmann
Simple tips on motivating learners, yes, but while simple, also things we ought not to forget as teachers, group leaders and trainers. The one I like best is the reference to creating controversy although I call it creating uncertainty. Hits: 532 )

Student Goal Orientation, Motivation, and Learning By University of Texas
Teachers can affect student motivation in ways that either facilitate or impede learning. This paper describes why this is so, and offers specific suggestions for promoting positive student motivation. Applies to both adults and younger people. Hits: 387 )

Motivating Students | Center for Teaching | Vanderbilt University By Vanderbilt University
Explains intrinsic motivation, extrinsic motivation, effects of motivation on learning style and a lot more in a very concise format. Hits: 409 )

Motivating Adult Learners By ECU
No workplace trainer can force motivation upon their learners, but creating motivational situations that enhance learner motivation is relatively easy. To do this, workplace trainers have to concentrate on their learner and motivation as an internal concept whilst developing complimentary intrinsic motivational strategies. while doing so, workplace trainers should also keep in mind the notion that extending this concept too much may lead to sentiments such as %u201Cif they%u2019re not prepared to learn it%u2019s not my job to persuade them.%u201D Developing motivational strategies to enhance workplace learning will not only benefit the workplace trainer but the learner as well. Hits: 1179 )

Motivate Employee Participation in Professional Development Opportunities By Gayle Lantz
When companies think of employee development, they often search for training programs, educational seminars, coaching or the latest book that might offer ideas on what employees can do to sharpen skills or strengthen expertise. However, none of these programs will be effective if the organization lacks one critical success factor: individual motivation. An individual has to want to develop himself before any employee training and development program can be successful. Hits: 653 )

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