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This cuts across many of the dimensions discussed earlier, in that both extrinsically and intrinsically motivated students can be high or low in achievement motivation. It is a gross over-simplification, but nevertheless it seems reasonable to suggest that our own research and the existing literature have identified three main types of motivation: intrinsic, extrinsic and achievement motivation (with amotivation simply being the opposite end of the continuum to achievement motivation). MOTIVES AND BEHAVIOUR There is surprisingly little evidence as to the behaviour associated with different motives.
Intrinsically motivated students enjoy a challenge, want to master the subject, are curious and want to learn; while extrinsically motivated students are concerned with the grades they achieve, external rewards and whether they will gain approval from others (Harter, 1981). While the fit is not perfect, the parallels with our own classification system are clear, with intrinsic motivation corresponding closely to personal development and extrinsic motivation corresponding to means to an end. Other major distinctions that have been made in the literature also map closely on to our categorisation.
In nursing and engineering). The concept also applies to research groups in science and engineering, even though many members may be unfamiliar with the term. TEACHING FOR LEARNING ‘It is important to remember that what the student does is actually more important in determining what is learned than what the teacher does’ (Sheull, cited in Biggs, 1993). This statement is congruent with a constructivist view and also reminds us that students in 22 ❘ Teaching, supervising, learning higher education must engage with and take considerable responsibility for their learning.