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Mastery (Intrinsic) Motivation Individuals enjoy learning, seek to master the material, are more confident about their abilities, consequently, perform better at school (Steinberg, p. 324).
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Performance (Extrinsic) Motivation Individuals are perform well in the short-term because they get rewarded and for the punishment they receive if they fail to perform as expected. But in the long-term their motivation declines and perform poorly in school (Steinberg, p. 324).
I’ll give you $20 for every A you get this quarter. But if you get an F, I’ll take your phone away!
Newly immigrant adolescents show more cognitively engaged in school than the minority students from previous generations (Steinberg, p. 337).
Yes, because they have not been acculturated yet, these adolescents have a stronger sense of family obligations, which seems to contribute rather than to interfere with school achievement (Steinberg, p. 337).
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