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MOTIVATIONAL DESIGN FOR LEARNING AND PERFORMANCE

John M. Keller

Release date 2019
ISBN 978-605-7602-42-8
Printing 1st Printing
Language Turkish
Pages 470
Cover Type Paperback
Paper Type Book Paper
Boyut 16 x 24 cm
Price 44 TL

The goal of this book is to present a systematic approach that is - by its very nature - holistic in terms of various aspects of student motivation. The book aims to be "self-sufficient" in terms of providing motivational concepts and theories to support the motivational design process and a comprehensive explanation of this process. Another goal of the book is to help the readers understand the concept of motivation in a wider context. Any reflection or research on "why" questions includes motivational questions about why people do what they do, and the answers to these questions are not limited to a particular area of people questioning. Academics, philosophers, poets, writers, and others have contributed a lot to understanding these questions. Science turns to demonstrable principles; however, other sources of information can provide valuable contributions to insight, understanding and empathy. Clinicians / practitioners interpret human behavior in the context of their values and experiences. After long experience, I have found that in order to understand the richness of psychological concepts, it is useful to see how they are pronounced by people of different periods, with different perspectives. Thus, there is a small amount of such cultural and intellectual accumulation in the sections where basic psychological concepts are defined; but the main focus is on validated psychological structures that are the most appropriate way to create motivating learning environments and motivated learners.