• 00:00    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:06    |    
    Introduction by Luis Ayala
  • 00:16    |    
    What is intrinsic motivation and why do teachers have to be aware of it?
  • 02:06    |    
    Can we shift students into intrinsic motivation?
  • 05:50    |    
    What do you think about traditional grading and how is it related to competence?
  • 09:13    |    
    Having the role of instructors, how do you connect with students?
  • 10:27    |    
    How do you handle autonomy with your students?
  • 14:30    |    
    How does the process of intrinsic motivation work?
  • 16:44    |    
    Can you recommend strategies for teachers to motivate their students?
    • Quote n , Daniel H. Pink
    • Quote n , Edward L. Deci
  • 21:01    |    
    Final words
  • 21:06    |    
    Final credits

Intrinsic Motivation

New Media  | 25 de octubre de 2013  | Vistas: 2705

Jonathan Stolk and Robert Martello talk about intrinsic motivation in the field of education, and refer to it as an individual’s drive or passion to engage in certain activities and how this attitude derives in beneficial cognitive outcome of those intrinsically incentivized. They comment on the different techniques teachers may apply to stimulate it in students and also comment on the different stages towards achieving a learner’s positive shift in motivational response. Finally, they suggest a reading material for those who wish to implement this educational approach.


Robert Martello is professor of history of science and technology. He…

Jonathan Stolk is professor of mechanical engineering and materials science at…