High Challenge Tasks & Student Motivation

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High Challenge Tasks & Student Motivation:

High Challenge Tasks & Student Motivation Jasmine L. Wirth Kennesaw State University

Introduction:

Introduction Rationale Hypothesis What are “high-challenge” tasks?

Research Questions:

Research Questions How is student motivation affected by implementing "high-challenge" tasks/ "low-challenge" tasks ? How is student academic achievement and performance affected by implementing "high-challenge" tasks/ "low-challenge" tasks? How is student academic goal mastery affected by implementing "high-challenge" tasks/ "low challenge" tasks?

Literature Review:

Literature Review High-Challenge Tasks & Motivation Authentic Tasks Project-Based Learning

Methodology :

Methodology Mixed-methods design Students Data collection & measurement

References:

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References Continued:

References Continued Kieran, E. (2007). Teaching and learning outside the box: inspiring imagination across the curriculum . New York: Teachers College Press. LeBlanc, M., Léger, M. T., Lang, M., & Lirette-Pitre , N. (2015). When a school rethinks the learning environment: a single case study of a new school designed around experiential learning . Procedia - Social And Behavioral Sciences , 174 (International Conference on New Horizons in Education, INTE 2014, Larmer , J., & Mergendoller , J. R. (2012). Speaking of speaking. Educational Leadership , (4). Miller, S. D., & Meece , J. L. (1999). Third Graders' Motivational Preferences for Reading and Writing Tasks. The Elementary School Journal , ( 1). 19. Parsons, S. E. (2011). The case for authentic tasks in content literacy. Reading Teacher , 64 (6), 462-465 Thorne, K . (2007). Essential Creativity in the Classroom: Inspiring Kids. New York: Routledge . Wigfield , A. & Guthrie, J.T. (1997). Relations of children’s motivation for reading to the amount and breadth of their reading. Journal of Educational Psychology, 89 , 420-432.