Describe at least 3 feedback methods that you might use to change the behavior or attitudes of students.

Discuss the following:

  • Share and critique ideas on how you feel each theory relates to differentiated instruction.
  • To which theory are you most attracted? Why?

Part 2

Discuss the following:

  • Do you believe these models are complementary?
    • If so, how could they contribute to the construction of a differentiated classroom approach?
    • If not, what makes them incompatible?
  • How do you feel about other students’ viewpoints on this?

Part 1

Discuss the following:

  • Explain if you agree or disagree with the above statement, and give examples to support your opinion.
  • Be sure to make the distinction between intrinsic and extrinsic motivation in your discussion.
  • Cite specific research to support your discussion of motivation.
  • Comment on the approaches taken by other students.

Part 2

Discuss the following:

  • Describe at least 3 feedback methods that you might use to change the behavior or attitudes of students.
  • What did you look at to decide whether each feedback method has an intrinsic motivating effect or an extrinsic motivating effect?
  • What literature did you find to support your choices?
  • What do your fellow students think are the best methods to use?
  • How do their ideas differ from yours?
  • How do you align your choices with the affective domain and taxonomy as established by Krathwohl, et al.?
  • Do you believe that the affective taxonomy is used appropriately to create and deliver courses to support the ideas of feedback and motivation? Why or why not?
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