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EDU 213 WEEK 6 MOTIVATION SCENARIO

EDU 213 WEEK 6 MOTIVATION SCENARIO

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From the "Scenarios" document, choose one scenario and respond to the questions that relate to the scenario you selected.
Write a 250-500-word essay on Motivation Response to the scenario that you chose. Be sure to identify the relevant theories and explain how you arrived at your conclusions.
If you chose Scenario One, describe the following:
Considering the motivation theories, explain Caitlin’s lack of motivation.
In light of the behaviorist and/or social cognitive theories, identify three strategies Daran could employ to develop Caitlin’s motivation.
Explain how Daran implements one of your suggestions and how Caitlin responds to Daran’s support.
In your response, use your knowledge of Maslow's hierarchy of needs, achievement motivation, intrinsic, and extrinsic motivation.
Be sure to identify the relevant theories and explain how you arrived at your conclusions.
If you chose Scenario Two, describe the following:
Considering the motivation theories, explain Drew’s lack of motivation.
In light of the behaviorist and/or social cognitive theories, identify three strategies Emily could employ to develop Caitlin’s motivation.
Explain how Emily implements one of your suggestions and how Drew responds to Emily’s support.
 


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