This textbook, the first of its kind, provides a practical, research-based guide to motivational support using technology in learning and instruction. The book opens with an introduction to the factors that determine motivation, their importance in learning and instruction, and a discussion of motivational design to optimize those factors. Throughout Motivation and Technology in Learning and Instruction, various instructional contexts will be used as examples to illustrate motivational problems and possible solutions. Motivational support will be guided by a systematic approach to analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation.
The text will:
Cover synchronous, asynchronous, interactive and user-generated technologies
Address goal orientations, perceived value, self-efficacy, autonomy, control, and beliefs about knowledge and learning
Review the concept of communities of learning and practice as an organizing framework
Discuss the dynamics of motivational factors in terms of measurement issues and systemic perspectives
Utilize the series framework involving Tell, Ask, Show, and Do
Motivation and Technology in Learning and Instruction draws from the entirety of research on the subject and is an ideal textbook for courses in Educational Technology, Instructional Design, and Educational Psychology graduate programs.
- Publication Date:
- 22 / 07 / 2019
- 178 x 254mm