Life beyond grades : designing college courses to promote intrinsic motivation
"This book raises the question of whether or not educators can promote intrinsic motivation among college students when they seem overwhelmingly focused on grades. Indeed, can there be life beyond grades? The answer is 'Yes'. A love of learning can coexist, even thrive, in the face of competing pressures from grades. Drawing on recent, ground-breaking classroom research, the authors articulate a new understanding of the causes of the stalemate between intrinsic and external motivation, so that a reconciliation between them can be achieved.
Curriculum planning.; Education, Higher--Aims and objectives.; Education, Higher--Curricula.; Motivation in education.