theory framework

online learning
framework
Motivation theory
Incentive theory of Motivation
Knowledge Management Theory
Socialisation
Externalisation
Combination
Learning behavior theory
intrinsic
Extrinsic
Positive incentive
Negative incentive
Internalisation
Incentives can be used to get people to engage in certain behaviors, but they can also be used to get people to stop performing certain actions.
Incentives only become powerful if the individual places importance on the reward.
Rewards have to be obtainable in order to be motivating. For example, a student will not be motivated to earn a top grade on an exam if the assignment is so difficult that it is not realistically achievable.
Monetary incentive
Non monetary incentive
Problems
- less students satisfaction
- learning outcomes have to be increased
Lack of Communication
Lack of Engagement
less motivied
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