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Intellectual Functioning And Development In Social And Cultural Contexts

We can conceptualize intellect as a two-fold phenomenon, with a knowledge component (e.g., deep understanding of principles of a domain, be it academic or practical, tacit or explicit) and a personal component (e.g., values, dispositions, personal epistemologies, identity). Indeed, in an embodied mind, these two dimensions are fully integrated and thus cannot be separated (Polanyi, 1958). If education only focuses on the former, it is an incomplete education, to say the least. Precisely because it is difficult to maintain such habits of mind, the notion of a community of learners committed to a common goal of self-improvement in pursuing knowledge, and who push one another to work at the edge of each's competence, gains currency (Bereiter & Scardamalia, 1993 Brown, 1997).

How To Stop Letting People Make Or Break Your Life

Just as much as we should not let negative feedback knock us down, we need to be cautious about how much we rely on the positive to push us forward. There's nothing wrong with riding the waves of encouragement, but if this is the foundation we chose to build our future success, we will see our personal development crumble, time and time again. Our motivation should come from knowing we are moving in the the right direction and that we are unwilling to settle for less than awesome. We can enjoy the pats on the back when they come, but our identity needs to be formed from a foundation independent of those around us.

The Role of Interest and Value Beliefs

Nevertheless, it may be that approach performance goals could lead to deeper strategy use and cognitive self-regulation, as suggested by Wolters et al. (1996), when students are confronted with overlearned classroom tasks that do not challenge or interest them or offer opportunities for much self-improvement. In this case, the focus on an external criterion of besting others or being the best in the class could lead them to be more involved in these boring tasks and to try to use more self-regulatory cognitive strategies to accomplish this goal. On the other hand, it may be that approach performance goals are not that strongly related to cognitive self-regulation in either a positive or negative way as suggested by the results of Kaplan and Midgley (1997) and Middleton and Midgley (1997). Taken together, the conflicting results suggest that approach performance goals do not have to be negatively related to cognitive self-regulatory activities in comparison to avoidance performance...

The Role of Efficacy and Competence judgments

Besides the role of actual judgments of self-competence, the definitions and theories that students have of ability and effort may play a role in the development of self-regulation. For example, Dweck and her colleagues (e.g., Dweck, 1999 Dweck & Leggett, 1988) have shown that individuals often adopt one of two theories of intelligence, an entity theory where ability is limited and fixed, and an incremental theory where ability is more malleable and can be changed through effort and learning. Moreover, these different theories can give rise to very different patterns of goals, effort, self-regulatory strategy use, affect, and achievement. The general finding from this research is that an entity theory gives rise to a concern with ability and demonstrating ability to others, leading to an adoption of a performance goal. Performance goals, in turn, can give rise to less effort, less adaptive strategy use, more negative affect, and lower levels of achievement (Dweck, 1999), although they...

Erg Theory

Growth needs - Those things to do with personal development and growth, ie esteem and self actualisation The difference from Maslow's theory is that dissatisfaction in a higher need can be compensated by a desire for the next need down the hierarchy. This increases the importance of the lower level need. Thus, a low 'growth' job could be compensated by more pay, or a low status job by better job security.

Self Worth Theory

The basic perspective taken by our inquiries is that all achievement dynamics, including the valuing of intrinsic rewards, depend on a central, pervasive, and ongoing developmental need that involves establishing and maintaining a sense of personal worth. According to self-worth theory (Covington, 1992, 1998 Covington & Beery, 1976), most students equate their sense of worth with the ability to achieve successfully. But the meaning and perceived role of ability in this equation can differ widely. For some students, intellectual ability is seen as a means to an end, that is, instrumental for achieving intrinsically oriented objectives including self-improvement, a greater understanding of people and events, and the satisfaction of one's curiosities. Researchers working in the tradition of achievement goal theory have referred to these objectives variously as learning goals or task and mastery goals (Ames, 1992 Anderman & Midgley, 1997 Covington, 2000 Midgley, Kaplan, Middleton, &...

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