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Monique Boekaerts posits that the role of emotions and motivations has been seriously neglected in the design of learning arrangements and teacher professional development. She summarizes knowledge about the key role of emotions and motivations around a small number of principles. Students are more motivated to engage in learning when: they feel competent to do what is expected of them and perceive stable links between actions and achievement; they value the subject and have a clear sense of purpose; they experience positive emotions towards learning activities and, contrariwise, turn away from learning when they experience negative emotions; and when they perceive the environment as favorable for learning. Students free up cognitive resources when they are able to influence the intensity, duration and expression of their emotions, and are more persistent in learning when they can manage their resources and deal with obstacles efficiently.
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expectancy value theory, humanistic learning theory, motivation research, motivational theory, psychosocial theory, self-efficacy, self-regulated learning
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Metadata instance created June 29, 2022 by Lauren Bauman
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M. Boekaerts, (2010), WWW Document, (https://doi.org/10.1787/9789264086487-6-en).
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M. Boekaerts, The crucial role of motivation and emotion in classroom learning (2010), <https://doi.org/10.1787/9789264086487-6-en>.
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Boekaerts, M. (2010, August 11). The crucial role of motivation and emotion in classroom learning. Retrieved September 25, 2022, from https://doi.org/10.1787/9789264086487-6-en
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Boekaerts, Monique. The crucial role of motivation and emotion in classroom learning. August 11, 2010. https://doi.org/10.1787/9789264086487-6-en (accessed 25 September 2022).
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