Classroom motivation strategies for prospective teachers

@article{Williams2004ClassroomMS,
  title={Classroom motivation strategies for prospective teachers},
  author={Robert L. Williams and Susan L. Stockdale},
  journal={The Teacher Educator},
  year={2004},
  volume={39},
  pages={212 - 230}
}
Abstract National surveys indicate that student motivation is a principal concern of teachers, yet few publications within the teacher education literature directly address how teachers can best apply established motivational principles. Pivotal to mobilizing student motivation is understanding the role of rewards in sustaining productive task engagement. This article examines the difference between intrinsic and extrinsic motivation for academic learning, the relative value of intrinsic and… 

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