Motivation, Learning, and Technology is a fresh, thorough, and practical introduction to motivational research, theories, and applications for learning and instruction. Written for both instructional designers and teachers, this foundational textbook combines learning design and learning technologies, synthesis of current research and models, and practical advice for those looking to improve how they motivate learners. Building from existing models in an interactional, holistic approach, J. Michael Spector and Seung Won Park guide readers through all steps of educational motivation, from designing a motivation plan through implementation and assessment.
Table of Contents
PART I: ORGANIZING FRAMEWORK AND INTRODUCTION
Chapter 1: A Holistic Model of a Person
Chapter 2: A Holistic Model of Motivation
Chapter 3: The Importance of Motivation in Learning and Instruction
Chapter 4: Designs to Optimize Motivational Factors
Chapter 5: Extending Keller’s ARCS Model
Chapter 6: Other Relevant Theories, Models and Constructs
PART II: MOTIVATIONAL SUPPORT FOR LEARNING
Chapter 7: Analysis of Leaners’ Motivational Needs
Chapter 8: Design, Development and Implementation of Motivational Support for Learning
Chapter 9: Assessment and Evaluation of Motivational Support for Learning
Chapter 10: Integrating Motivational Factors with Other Aspects of a Person
Chapter 11: Embodied Educational Motivation: An Integrated Framework Including Affective, Physical and Cognitive Factors
PART III: MOTIVATIONAL SUPPORT FOR INSTRUCTION
Chapter 12: Teacher Motivation and Analyzing Instructors’ Motivational Needs
Chapter 13: Design, Development and Implementation of Motivational Support for Instruction
Chapter 14: Assessment and Evaluation of Motivational Support for Instruction
Chapter 15: Contributing to the Knowledge Base of Motivation and Learning
Chapter 16: Technologies for Integrating Motivational Support in Learning and Instruction
PART IV: CONSOLIDATING EMBODIED EDUCATIONAL MOTIVATION
Chapter 17: Consolidating Motivational Factors, Communities of Practice, Holistic Approach, Illustrative Examples and Future Research
PART V: ADDITIONAL RESOURCES
Glossary of Terms
Appendix A: A Sample Educational Motivation Plan
Appendix B: Professional Associations for Educational Motivation
Appendix C: Peer-Reviewed Journals for Educational Motivation
J. Michael Spector is Professor and former Chair of Learning Technologies at the University of North Texas, USA, and Editor-in-Chief of Educational Technology Research & Development.
Seung Won Park is Research Professor in the Institute for Teaching and Learning at Daejeon University, South Korea.
"This addition to the Interdisciplinary Approaches to Educational Technology series offers a holistic approach for designing instruction that is motivational for the learner and the educator, including examples extending motivational models, theories, and research to communities of practice. The authors have extensive global experience and knowledge relative to the learning sciences which grounds this practitioner-focused volume. Strongly recommended reading!"
–Kay A. Persichitte, Professor of Learning, Design, & Technology and former Dean of the College of Education at the University of Wyoming, USA, and past President of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology
"J. Michael Spector and Seung-Won Park have produced an excellent, comprehensive compilation of concepts, theories, and learning aids pertaining to motivation and learning. Their book updates and expands many of the areas of research that I have covered in the past and includes useful teaching aids, learning activities, references, links, and resources that will be welcomed by instructors who adopt this book as well as those who use it for guidance for self-study."
–John M. Keller, Professor Emeritus at Florida State University, USA