publication . Article . 1992

a christian educational perspective on the process oriented approach to intrinsic motivation

Mechaéla Scott;
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  • Published: 06 Mar 1992 Journal: Koers - Bulletin for Christian Scholarship, volume 57 (issn: 0023-270X, eissn: 2304-8557, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Watu Youth Village
Abstract
Within the classroom context, albeit school or university, intrinsic motivation can effectively be described and changed if a process-oriented approach is employed. The question is posed whether a process-oriented approach to motivation is acceptable to Christian education. To answer this question, intrinsic motivation and the process-oriented approach to motivation are described. A Christian view of self-knowledge and control, which are the main components of a process-oricnted approach to motivation, is subsequently given and the process-oriented approach to motivation is subjected to a Christian evaluation. The conclusions are drawn that this approach can fru...
Subjects
free text keywords: Cognition, Cognitive evaluation theory, Cognitive psychology, Goal theory, Process oriented, Affect (psychology), Self-determination theory, Intrinsic motivation, Social psychology, Psychology, Practical Theology, BV1-5099, Moral theology, BV4625-4780
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