Motivation and emotion/Lectures/Historical development and assessment skills
Lecture 02: Historical development and assessment skills
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This is the second lecture for the Motivation and emotion unit of study.
The 2022 lecture is complete.
The 2023 lecture is in development.
- Discusses the historical context and development of psychological motivation and emotion knowledge.
- Explains the assessment, including how to:
- use Wikiversity for the topic development and book chapter assessment exercises and
- develop a multimedia recording
- complete the quizzes
- access additional support for completing the assessment exercises
- What we don't know about motivation and emotion exceeds what we do know
- A wiki is the simplest collaborative platform - anyone can edit to share knowledge
Major project examplesEdit
Examples of high quality major project submissions for:
- The power of motivation (CrashCourse Psychology #17, YouTube; 2:09 mins): Introduces motivation by explaining instinct and drive theory.
- A vision of students today (YouTube; 4:44 mins): Explores some of the reasons behind why are approaching the assessment this way.
- Wikis in plain English (Commoncraft; 3:53 mins) explains the concept of a wiki and how it works.
- Wikipedia - An investment for your future; your children's future (YouTube; 4:10 mins) explains the purpose of Wikipedia.
- Chapter 02: Motivation in historical perspective (Reeve, 2018)
- Wikiversity skills
- Lecture slides
- Historical development (Google Slides)
- Assessment skills (Google Slides)
- Introduction (Previous lecture)
- Brain and physiological needs (Next lecture)
- Book chapters
- Drive-reduction theory of motivation (Book chapter, 2017)
- Lecture 02 recording (2022)