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Motivation and computer-based instructional design

  title={Motivation and computer-based instructional design},
  author={Adam P Barger and Kirstin Byrd},
Increasing student motivation is a major aim of instructional design. Teachers who experience a lack of student engagement in their classrooms should investigate instructional strategies and proactively address this issue. The approach of this particular research discussion is to use humanistic theory (holistic focus on student needs) to inform teachers’ instructional and motivational design process. Research on computer-based instructional design informed by motivational theory provides a… 

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