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Format: 25 x 17 cm
- Undervisning for elever med adferdsvansker, sosiale eller følelsesmessige vansker
- Pedagogisk psykologi
"Finally a motivation book not based on pushing or pulling the student into the class activity, but based on the premise that students are already motivated and it is more about students answering ‘Why do this or that?’ Motivation is about direction and striving, about developing deeper levels of autonomy and competence, and the teachers role is to stand in the students shoes to understand their motivations, to be inviting, to show patience, and to create classroom learning activity that provide students with an opportunity to become motivated to learn. Based on the best theory of psychological being, grounded in 20 years of workshops to show how to engage students to thrive and strive, and with a perfect blend of practical and theoretical excellence."
- John Hattie, Emeritus Laureate Professor, Director of the Melbourne Education Research Institute, University of Melbourne, Australia
"In this engaging and very accessible book, the authors provide convincing evidence why teachers do well to invest in autonomy-supportive teaching. Importantly, they also go to great lengths to provide specific recommendations how teachers can apply this motivating approach in their daily teaching, to the benefit of their students and themselves."
- Maarten Vansteenkiste, Professor, Department of Developmental Psychology, Personality, and Social Psychology, Ghent University, Belgium
"This is an important and interesting book that should be on the shelf of every teacher who would like to apply recent insights from rigorous research to their everyday practice. We really need such books, and we do not have enough of them."
- Avi Assor, Professor Emeritus, Department of Education, Ben-Gurion University, Israel»
Richard M. Ryan is a Professor in the Institute for Positive Psychology and Education, Australian Catholic University, Australia. He is also a Professor Emeritus in the Department of Psychology, University of Rochester, USA. He is the President of the Center for Self-Determination Theory.
Sung Hyeon Cheon is an Associate Professor in the Department of Physical Education, Korea University, South Korea.
Lennia Matos is a Professor in the Department of Psychology, at the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, Peru.
Haya Kaplan is a Senior Lecturer and Head of the Center for Motivation and Self-Determination at the Kaye Academic College of Education, Israel.