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Adapt 8

Terms to know for Chapter 8: The Inclusive Classroom

The motivation to succeed is based on internal factors such as curiosity and a desire to contribute. Intrinsic motivation
The motivation to succeed is based on external factors such as a reward from the teacher once the task is finished. Extrinsic motivation
Having faith or confidence in one's own ability to finish tasks. An internal belief about personal competence in a particular situation. "I can do this task because I am good at Math." Self-efficacy
A classroom where the teacher remarks: "Billy Bob, you are so smart! You are the top performer in this class." Ego-oriented classroom
A classroom where the teacher remarks: "Suzie Q., those memory strategies that you are applying are helping you on your quizzes." Task-oriented classroom
Personal belief about the value one places on personal characteristics, general abilities and behaviors. "I know that my abilities are sound, although from time to time I may not do well on the test." Self-esteem
Created by: rpickle