Transcript – October 13, 2015: Motivation and Reward

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This Week’s Questions

  • What do you believe is the difference between recognition & rewards? Do you personally prefer one over the other?
  • What motivates you to learn something new? What could motivate you to change something you resist changing?
  • When do you or your org reward someone for a significant accomplishment? Is there a better way to recognize them?
  • What are you in need of changing in yourself? Are there external forces that could help motivate the change?
  • If internal motivations are required for lasting change, why do educators & leader keep focusing on external ones?
  • What strategies have you used to keep or drive your motivation to learn something new?
Please excuse the format of this week’s transcript as our typical capturing method experienced an error.

lrnchat    Welcome everyone to #lrnchat! How have you been?
lrnchat    Please introduce yourselves. Passions? Projects? What are you working on these days? #lrnchat
KatieStroudPro      Replying to @eLearninCyclops
dcleesfo    Awesome in Chicago! #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/786726025799593984 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Welcome everyone to #lrnchat! How have you been?
busynessgirl    It’s time for #lrnchat! Tonight’s topic: Motivation & Rewards
CynnamonStelly    Bonsoir mes amis! Cynnamon from Louisiana ready for my favorite activity of the week! #lrnchat
KatieStroudPro    Tweeting at #lrnchat from the woods west of Seattle (across the Sound)
airlieplane    Hi everyone! Airlie in Melbourne
JSilverest      Replying to @lrnchat
urbie    Hey #lrnchat & #EdTherapy.. urbie
kjhiggs2131    new to #lrnchat from NJ working on my edtech masters
missniemeier    Hi #lrnchat ready for some great discussion! #peru552…Carrie Niemeier. Teacher. Striving to get students motivated to read and write.
dcleesfo    I’m loving diving in to xAPI
eLearninCyclops      Replying to @KatieStroudPro
ryantracey    Hi everyone. First week back from extended leave  #lrnchat
Lydia_E_Sutton    #lrnchat Lydia Sutton
ClintClarkson    #lrnchat – Designing @WestJet leadership effectiveness program with the O&PD team. Excited for tonight’s discussion!
lrnchat    Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today
Joshing    Hello from Las Vegas. I’m normally in Philly but on my way to Seattle to teach a class. As always
avanbarn    Hi All ~ Angela in Ottawa. Working on a couple of articles and in the midst of grading assignments. Always a fun ride. #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/786726179747266560 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Please introduce yourselves. Passions? Projects? What are you working on these days? #lrnchat
Quinnovator    joining 60 mins of wise and witty memestream mayhem
KatieStroudPro      Replying to @eLearninCyclops
JaneBozarth    Jane
busynessgirl    Maria: consultant
airlieplane      Replying to @kjhiggs2131
Joshing    The theme for the today was the power of positivity in coaching. #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/786726791037718528 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today
ryantracey    A0) I learned a new term (or neologism?)… “”thick data””. #lrnchat
airlieplane    I just accidentally learned that iced chai is nice! A fortunate outcome after being distracted from a lovely hot cup by formatting. #lrnchat
Quinnovator    Clark Quinn
JSilverest      Replying to @lrnchat
busynessgirl    This week I learned about Benefits Corps
Quinnovator    a0) learned today that there’re some tools close to HyperCard: Hype and Twine #lrnchat
urbie    #lrnchat A0 Learned today? That I REALLY needed a subscription to the Washington Post. Been reading it since ’10 so took the plunge.. https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/786726791037718528 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today
airlieplane      Replying to @ryantracey
Joshing    Unless it an endless loop. 😉 #lrnchat https://twitter.com/jsilverest/status/786727314105040896 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      Jennifer Silverest @JSilverest                      Replying to @lrnchat                           Learned that all loops must be closed #lrnchat
Lydia_E_Sutton    A0) This week
avanbarn    A0: Learned that re-establishing connections with old friends and colleagues is fulfilling in many ways. #lrnchat #NowIsTheTimehttps://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/786726791037718528 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today
dcleesfo      Replying to @Quinnovator
urbie      Replying to @ClintClarkson
CynnamonStelly    A0) I learned about all the types of defense mechanisms & how they affect learning.  #lrnchat
KatieStroudPro    A0) Yesterday I learned that improv can be a great way to get people to connect and have fun doing it. @ImprovAlive @ATDps #wplc16 #lrnchat
ryantracey      Replying to @airlieplane
Joshing    I recently helped @LDPHL get 501c3 status. It’s an interesting process. 2 months in still not on the IRS database. 😦 #lrnchat https://twitter.com/busynessgirl/status/786727367536324608 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      Maria H. Andersen @busynessgirl                          This week I learned about Benefits Corps
KatieStroudPro      Replying to @ryantracey
avanbarn    Defense against what? @CynnamonStelly #lrnchat https://twitter.com/CynnamonStelly/status/786727779656142848 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      Cynnamon Stelly @CynnamonStelly                          A0) I learned about all the types of defense mechanisms & how they affect learning.  #lrnchat
missniemeier    A0) I learned to seek first to understand
airlieplane      Replying to @ryantracey
ryantracey      Replying to @KatieStroudPro
urbie    Looks like I have company.. #lrnchat #EdTherapypic.twitter.com/hq9Smsub9k
kelly_smith01    A0) Just spent the 3rd week of €œon boarding€ – waiting for a client to open their network to the worker bees #Lrnchat
lrnchat    Q1) What do you believe is the difference between recognition & rewards? Do you personally prefer one over the other? #lrnchat
CynnamonStelly      Replying to @avanbarn
odguru    O) I learned the ins and outs of joint ventures. #lrnchat
urbie    #lrnchat A1 Depending on one’s perspective a reward/recognition could easily devolve into.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5vwHLMs04XA €¦
Joshing    It’s the difference between intrinsically or extrinsically motivated. I lean toward intrinsic
avanbarn    A1: Recognition can be reward. Maintains intrinsic vs extrinsic focus
missniemeier    A1) Recognition is giving verbal and emotional deposits. Rewards is giving physical deposits. #lrnchat #peru552
Lydia_E_Sutton    A1) Recognition can be simple acknowledgment. A reward is some sort of prize/compensation. I think a combo is important. #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/786728413516197889 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q1) What do you believe is the difference between recognition & rewards? Do you personally prefer one over the other? #lrnchat
airlieplane    A1) Recognition can be a type of reward… #captainobvious #lrnchat
Quinnovator    a1) recognition: social acknowledgment
Joshing      Replying to @urbie
kjhiggs2131    a1 recognition is intrinsic and preferable   #lrnchat
ClintClarkson    A0) You never regret doing a little extra work the next day. Sometimes you regret not doing it. #lrnchat
JaneBozarth    q1 I prefer recognition but needs to be meaningful
ryantracey    A1) “”Reward”” conjures the idea of something extrinsic. Recognition can be extrinsically rewarding but is more powerfully intrinsic. #lrnchat
dcleesfo    A1)  To me the are the same
kregerck    Christine Kreger
Quinnovator    a1) think in general recognition more motivating than rewards
urbie    #lrnchat A1 Recognition & rewards is that which altruists shun.
TWardLearning    A1) Reward usually has a monetary value. Recognition can be invaluable. #lrnchat
rabbitoreg    A1) Reward is something tangible that can be taken away
KatieStroudPro    A1) Recognition always catches me off guard because I was just doing what was needed
JaneBozarth    Q1 Aside: my employer has a new length-of-service awards program w items that rock. I do like those.  #lrnchat
ryantracey    A1) Depends on the reward  #lrnchat
LnDDave    Greetings #lrnchat. David from NY
avanbarn    You guys are tweaking by Trekkie muscles! @urbie @joshing #lrnchat https://twitter.com/Joshing/status/786728983907950593 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      Josh Maleeff @Joshing                      Replying to @urbie                           Khan!!!!!!!!!! #lrnchat
urbie    #lrnchat A1 So I guess that means that recognition & reward are one in the same. Personally prefer the parking space near the entrance/exit.
CynnamonStelly    A1) I like recognition. Rewards sometimes shifts attention away from the true motivation & focus on only completion of tasks. #lrnchat
rabbitoreg    A1) Good leaders know the proper way recognizing workers. #lrnchat
ryantracey      Replying to @urbie
KatieStroudPro    A1) reward vs recognition: definitely different but the line is blurry #lrnchat
Quinnovator      Replying to @JaneBozarth
dcleesfo      Replying to @urbie
kelly_smith01    Q1) Recognition is an acknowledgement of an accomplishment stated so others recognize it & maybe €œlearn€ from it #lrnchat
LnDDave    A1) I think everyne likes to have their efforts acknowledged; you don’t need to overthnk recognition.  #lrnchat
Quinnovator    a1) can be both
urbie      Replying to @Joshing
avanbarn    Taken away? Kinda ruthless over where you are
lrnchat    Q2) What motivates you to learn something new? What could motivate you to change something you resist changing? #lrnchat
odguru    1) I am a high “”need for achievement”” – I’ll take the reward every time #lrnchat
busynessgirl    This is such an interesting question. I’ve been sitting here thinking about companies like @motivosity – recognition or reward? #lrnchat
kregerck    A1) Recognition = thank you
urbie      Replying to @ryantracey
avanbarn    I think it can be. @ryantracey @urbie #lrnchat https://twitter.com/ryantracey/status/786729870298640384 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      Ryan Tracey @ryantracey                      Replying to @urbie                           Recognition is a type of reward? #lrnchat
ClintClarkson    A1) Recognition is something free that have long lasting value. Rewards are something expensive that have short lasting value. #lrnchat
KatieStroudPro    A1) I don’t think it’s about intrinsic vs extrinsic. I was received sparkly gloves as recognition for my tendency to add sparkle. #lrnchat
kregerck    A1) I personally prefer recognition. Celebrating small wins. But everyone is different. #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/786728413516197889 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q1) What do you believe is the difference between recognition & rewards? Do you personally prefer one over the other? #lrnchat
Quinnovator    a2) the outcomes that I will achieve. Support is one great motivation towards change!  #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/786730134267170816 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q2) What motivates you to learn something new? What could motivate you to change something you resist changing? #lrnchat
CynnamonStelly    A2) I’m naturally curious. An open mind is usually helps me fight against resistance. #lrnchat
LDPHL    The difference between recognition and reward lies in the receiver’s interpretation of what is being given #lrnchat
urbie      Replying to @Joshing
LDPHL    What your people perceive as reward/recognition defines it. You’ve got to get to know your people #lrnchat
Joshing    Curiosity & a thirst for knowledge motivates me? See the successful result of the change overcomes the resistance. #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/786730134267170816 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q2) What motivates you to learn something new? What could motivate you to change something you resist changing? #lrnchat
dcleesfo    A2) Foul! Those are two questions! a) I’m super curious.  I’ll learn anything at the drop of a hat.  #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/786730134267170816 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q2) What motivates you to learn something new? What could motivate you to change something you resist changing? #lrnchat
JaneBozarth      Replying to @Quinnovator
ClintClarkson    A2) Curiousity. We should pursue the things that make us curious so we never grow bored. #lrnchat
kjhiggs2131    a2 usually seek new knowledge to support new objective or project  #lrnchat
Lydia_E_Sutton    A2) Accomplishing goals/challenges is really satisfying to me.Setting little goals for myself helps me learn new things and change. #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/786730134267170816 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q2) What motivates you to learn something new? What could motivate you to change something you resist changing? #lrnchat
busynessgirl    I think I have a low motivation-to-learn bar: I’m pretty sure “”Not knowing it”” is what motivates me to learn it. #lrnchat #needboundaries
LnDDave    A2) When the pain of not changing outweighs the pain of the change itself. #lrnchat
TWardLearning    A2) For change to really happen you need to really see the benefits  #lrnchat
Quinnovator      Replying to @JaneBozarth
avanbarn    A2: Need or curiosity for new learning. If resisting change
JSilverest    Q2) The possibilities after I’m able to implement what I have learned is motivating. #lrnchat
ClintClarkson    A2) Listening. To be open to new ideas and change
airlieplane    A2.1) Need or want or desire or interest. #lrnchat
dcleesfo    A2) b) clear understanding of the reason to change That here is benefit – even if the benefit is the ending of something negative. #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/786730134267170816 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q2) What motivates you to learn something new? What could motivate you to change something you resist changing? #lrnchat
kregerck    A2) Typically interest
ryantracey    A2) The desire for a better outcome. #lrnchat
Quinnovator    very clinical 😉 #lrnchat https://twitter.com/LnDDave/status/786730911144484864 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      David Kelly @LnDDave                          A2) When the pain of not changing outweighs the pain of the change itself. #lrnchat
urbie    #lrnchat A2 What motivates me to learn something new? At this [late] stage of my life fear of burnout & a search for joy..
missniemeier    A2) Knowing that I’m bettering myself as a learner. #lrnchat #peru552
airlieplane    A2.2) Stronger need or want or desire or interest…  #lrnchat
adkpiper    A2 I almost never seem to need motivation to learn something new. Changing things that need changing? Different story. 🙂 #lrnchat
Plock2009    #lrnchat https://twitter.com/ideou/status/786056847140659200 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      IDEO U @IDEOU                          Learn IDEO’s approach to design thinking in our upcoming Insights for Innovation course:  https://cards.twitter.com/cards/18ce53z139a/2c8fe €¦
ryantracey    A2) FOMO is a resistance buster. #lrnchat
LnDDave    A2) An opportunity for Growth.  #lrnchat
LnDDave    A2) The need to solve a problem. #lrnchat
urbie    #lrnchat A2 I think I’ve been to 50 or so #EdCamp
JaneBozarth    Q2 When I see there is a benefit/payoff. Sometimes hard to see.  #lrnchat
Quinnovator    a2) curiosity or need
lrnchat    Q3) When do you or your org reward someone for a significant accomplishment? Is there a better way to recognize them? #lrnchat
ryantracey      Replying to @urbie
dawnjmahoney    Hey #lrnchat -ers Lurking from a restaurant tonight. Show me all your good stuff!
KatieStroudPro      Replying to @kregerck
Quinnovator    a3) when it’s been noticed! (lots of factors go into that) #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/786731786432876544 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q3) When do you or your org reward someone for a significant accomplishment? Is there a better way to recognize them? #lrnchat
theASIDEblog    Recognition leads to intrinsic motivation; rewards do not. #lrnchat
urbie    #lrnchat A3 I was nominated for a customer service award the other day. I give great phone I guess. Doing #DesignThinking w/clients was it..
Quinnovator    think that’s true #lrnchat https://twitter.com/theASIDEblog/status/786732044277669888 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      theASIDEblog @theASIDEblog                          Recognition leads to intrinsic motivation; rewards do not. #lrnchat
avanbarn    A3:Eh – when it’s significant/has impact on org. Better to ask the person how they like to be recognized or rewarded. #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/786731786432876544 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q3) When do you or your org reward someone for a significant accomplishment? Is there a better way to recognize them? #lrnchat
airlieplane    A3) My org tends to use recognition as reward but we have pretty awesome conditions that are quite motivating. #lrnchat
dcleesfo    A3)  I’m currently an organization of one.  I look in the mirror and say “”good job””.  ;-P   #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/786731786432876544 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q3) When do you or your org reward someone for a significant accomplishment? Is there a better way to recognize them? #lrnchat
ryantracey    A3) We’re shifting from the “”big bang”” EOY performance appraisal to regular conversations throughout the year. #lrnchat
JaneBozarth    Q3 Past admin had a big ‘wall of fame’ front and center. Easy to update
theASIDEblog    Recognition leads to empowerment whereas rewards focus on engagement and immediate gratification. #lrnchat
ryantracey      Replying to @airlieplane
kjhiggs2131    a3 formal recognition is always my preferred to ensure effort is reflected in employees record; also recog in front of peers #lrnchat
JaneBozarth    Q3 I think what’s important is recognizing that diff people want diff things. I don’t care about attaboys but others love them #lrnchat
ClintClarkson    A3) Leaders should be more aggressive about giving honest/sincere praise and recognition. It makes “”other”” chats 10x easier. #lrnchat
urbie    #lrnchat A3 Lately I’ve been supporting clinician PD. I think the reward resolves down to one of two things: service for its own sake and..
ryantracey      Replying to @dcleesfo
JaneBozarth      Replying to @dcleesfo
Quinnovator      Replying to @JaneBozarth
kregerck    A3) We do a good job of highlighting what Colorado libraries are doing
KatieStroudPro    A2) Motivated to learn when it’s something I need to know€¦or because it offers a distraction 🙂 #lrnchat
airlieplane    A3) To reinforce behaviour change with my dog
theASIDEblog    When learners here “”reward
dcleesfo      Replying to @JaneBozarth
kregerck    A3) I try and keep up with what colleagues are working on and help them celebrate small wins. #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/786731786432876544 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q3) When do you or your org reward someone for a significant accomplishment? Is there a better way to recognize them? #lrnchat
JaneBozarth      Replying to @Quinnovator
theASIDEblog    Self-pride comes with recognition and drives motivation. #lrnchat
urbie    #lrnchat A3 Pats on back from peers seem to be a big deal. Like when webinar signups go through the roof [900+] to hear someone share..
dcleesfo      Replying to @ryantracey
KatieStroudPro    A3) Constant recognition as things progress toward a goal. #lrnchat
Quinnovator      Replying to @JaneBozarth
TWardLearning    A3) Everyday
avanbarn    Constant? Doesn’t that lose its effect at some point? @KatieStroudPro #lrnchat #tiresomehttps://twitter.com/KatieStroudPro/status/786733109442076672 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      Katie Stroud @KatieStroudPro                          A3) Constant recognition as things progress toward a goal. #lrnchat
lrnchat    Q4) What are you in need of changing in yourself? Are there external forces that could help motivate the change? #lrnchat
kjhiggs2131      Replying to @Plock2009
missniemeier    A3) We have “”Eagles of the Week.”” Students get recognized for strong leadership and get front row parking #lrnchat #peru552
theASIDEblog    Unfortunately
Quinnovator       Replying to @avanbarn @KatieStroudPro
urbie    #lrnchat A3 Best award ever.. #EdTherapypic.twitter.com/IQvNucPdJT
LnDDave    A3) The best way to recognize someone is however they prefer to be (or not to be) recognized
Plock2009    #lrnchat https://twitter.com/plock2009/status/786733574036844544 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      fix the training @Plock2009                          A3) there’s also a danger in “”recognizing”” publicly…can annoy and demotivate the majority middle of the pack folks. https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/786731786432876544 €¦
airlieplane       Replying to @avanbarn @KatieStroudPro
Joshing    Constant change is necessary. I’m always learning new things and the force that motivates me is me own relevance. #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/786733765657780226 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q4) What are you in need of changing in yourself? Are there external forces that could help motivate the change? #lrnchat
Quinnovator    a4) need to continue to challenge my complacency and my courage. Support is very helpful! #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/786733765657780226 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q4) What are you in need of changing in yourself? Are there external forces that could help motivate the change? #lrnchat
CynnamonStelly    A4) On a personal note – procrastination. Honestly
ryantracey    A4) I find the need to keep abreast of change motivating. #lrnchat
airlieplane    A4) Eating habits – I’m bridesmaiding next Friday! Also increased mindfulness of groupthink – must think my own thinks. #lrnchat
theASIDEblog    GPA
dcleesfo    A4) Turning off the committee in my head that is hyper-critical and listening to my peers too understand my successes & growth opps #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/786733765657780226 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q4) What are you in need of changing in yourself? Are there external forces that could help motivate the change? #lrnchat
missniemeier    A4) I need/want to give more positive recognition to students. Our school staff could work as a team to accomplish this schoolwide #lrnchat
kregerck    A4) Still learning to be more of a risk taker. Colleague support is priceless! #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/786733765657780226 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q4) What are you in need of changing in yourself? Are there external forces that could help motivate the change? #lrnchat
urbie    #lrnchat A4 I could use some more courage..
LnDDave    A4) I need to exercise more. Would the mirror be an external force motivating that change? #lrnchat
avanbarn    Partial? Intermittent? Don’t think constant recognition is sustainable or effective. @Quinnovator @KatieStroudPro #lrnchat https://twitter.com/Quinnovator/status/786733856086949888 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      Clark Quinn @Quinnovator                       Replying to @avanbarn @KatieStroudPro                          recommending the partial reinforcement schedule? #lrnchat
ClintClarkson    A4) More time doing the things I love with the people I love. Less time doing things that don’t inspire me. Why do I do that? #lrnchat
KatieStroudPro    #lrnchat interruption with a little love from @aaron_stroud in the kitchen. Now that’s motivation.pic.twitter.com/aL1prV0dCN
theASIDEblog    Recognition is personal
dcleesfo      Replying to @LnDDave
kjhiggs2131    need to spend less time procrastinating  #lrnchat
KatieStroudPro       Replying to @avanbarn @Quinnovator
odguru    #lrnchat 4) i build motivation with my co-#mentors… Some encouragement
urbie    #lrnchat A4 External forces? Yeah. My idle Honda CrV and [arriving any day now] my #dji #MavicPro drone..
Plock2009    Oh! Knew I read that somewhere… “”Demotivate Your Best Employees”” HBR http://hbswk.hbs.edu/item/6946.html  #lrnchat
avanbarn    That’s what I’m thinking. @LnDDave #lrnchat https://twitter.com/LnDDave/status/786733918875742208 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      David Kelly @LnDDave                          A3) The best way to recognize someone is however they prefer to be (or not to be) recognized
JaneBozarth      Replying to @kjhiggs2131
lrnchat    Q5) IIf internal motivations are required for lasting change, why do educators & leader keep focusing on external ones? #lrnchat
avanbarn    Yes it is. The sticky point is ‘constantly’. @airlieplane @KatieStroudPro #lrnchat https://twitter.com/airlieplane/status/786734039680086017 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      Airlie Barwell @airlieplane                       Replying to @avanbarn @KatieStroudPro                          It’s important to acknowledge progress and recognise outstanding contribution. #lrnchat
Quinnovator    a5) because intrinsic requires more insight
ryantracey    A5) Because the absence of intrinsic motivation is really hard to backfill. #lrnchat
LnDDave    A4) I’ve set up a number of automated reminders regarding small habits I’m trying to form within myself. #lrnchat
urbie    #lrnchat https://twitter.com/mmingle1/status/786735524128194560 €¦  QUOTE TWEET
dawnjmahoney    This week
eLearninCyclops    RT @lrnchat Q5) If internal motivations r required for lasting change
eLearninCyclops    RT @Quinnovator a5) because intrinsic requires more insight
eLearninCyclops    RT @LnDDave A4) I’ve set up a number of automated reminders regarding small habits I’m trying to form within myself. #lrnchat |good idea
kregerck    A5) Because it is hard to judge quickly what will intrinsically someone. Gifts are easy to buy.#lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/786735332964331520 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q5) If internal motivations are required for lasting change
Joshing    The path of least resistance. It’s just easier. #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/786735332964331520 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q5) If internal motivations are required for lasting change
CynnamonStelly    A5) It’s a little hard to know what makes “”each”” person thirsty for knowledge. So a more generic approach is often used. #lrnchat
theASIDEblog    Unfortunately today
eLearninCyclops    RT @kregerck A5) Because it is hard to judge quickly what will intrinsically someone. Gifts are easy to buy.#lrnchat
LnDDave    A5) Simple. It’s easier to control the external forces. #lrnchat
KatieStroudPro    A4) Struggling with an answer for this€¦where do I start? #lrnchat
avanbarn    A5: This educator does not focus on external motivators – that’s the best way  to demotivate.#LearnerCentered #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/786735332964331520 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q5) If internal motivations are required for lasting change
JaneBozarth    q6 Orgs have a hard time w ideas of equity/equal. Think that means same ‘prize’ for all. I get that
missniemeier    A5) It’s easy to give extrinsic rewards. Students show more excitement physically with extrinsic rewards?..bad habit to break #lrnchat
JaneBozarth    Easy to buy in bulk. #lrnchat https://twitter.com/eLearninCyclops/status/786736187528609792 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      Jeff Goldman @eLearninCyclops                          RT @kregerck A5) Because it is hard to judge quickly what will intrinsically someone. Gifts are easy to buy.#lrnchat
dawnjmahoney    A5) In larger orgs
KatieStroudPro    A4) Need to be more effective at building better work habits. I’m too easily distracted€¦#lrnchat
dcleesfo    Dang it!  forgot the hastag  #lrnchat https://twitter.com/dcleesfo/status/786735935299866625 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      Dave Lee @dcleesfo                          A5) Because we’re slow to learn?  Enticing intriinsic motivation is harder that positive or punitive motivation. https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/786735332964331520 €¦
airlieplane    A5) Because they think they can’t influence the internal ones… which is so not true. #lrnchat
Quinnovator       Replying to @KatieStroudPro @avanbarn
avanbarn    True. But the effort is worth it to foster the intrinsic motivation. It lasts longer. @LnDDave #lrnchat https://twitter.com/LnDDave/status/786736217341788161 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      David Kelly @LnDDave                          A5) Simple. It’s easier to control the external forces. #lrnchat
urbie    #lrnchat A4 Wednesday I started an art class w/veterans. We discussed motivation/goals & how the art we do speaks to how we are.. #EdTherapy
theASIDEblog    This is unfortunate. Too often the “”reward focus”” is to please everyone instead of teaching others to recognize great achievements. #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/786735332964331520 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q5) If internal motivations are required for lasting change
airlieplane    A5) Traditional teaching models
urbie    #lrnchat A5 Depends on the crowd one hangs with. @jcorippo shared the other day how we’ve barely scratched the surface w/#reimaginedPD..
lrnchat    Q6) What strategies have you used to keep or drive your motivation to learn something new? #lrnchat
KatieStroudPro       Replying to @Quinnovator @avanbarn
urbie    #lrnchat A5 Not being a teacher
avanbarn    What motivates you intrinsically? Looks like we (the decider) are going  for ‘easy’ vs ‘effective’  @eLearninCyclops #lrnchat https://twitter.com/eLearninCyclops/status/786736187528609792 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      Jeff Goldman @eLearninCyclops                          RT @kregerck A5) Because it is hard to judge quickly what will intrinsically someone. Gifts are easy to buy.#lrnchat
eLearninCyclops    RT @lrnchat Q6) What strategies have you used to keep or drive your motivation to learn something new? #lrnchat
Quinnovator    a6) guilt and bribery! And
ryantracey    A6) Assign time. #lrnchat
urbie    #lrnchat A5 So placing oneself [where courage comes in] in new surroundings & adopting a #growthmindset & empathy directs it back to self..
JaneBozarth    A6 With some things I do well when I access/check back with master performer/expert either live or via YouTube etc. Small steps. #lrnchat
Joshing    The big picture and any of my future career goals for professional. Self fulfillment for personal. #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/786737170723770372 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q6) What strategies have you used to keep or drive your motivation to learn something new? #lrnchat
Plock2009    Q6) Learning a language…I hired an extremely attractive and competent tutor. (Hey don’t judge! It worked :-). #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/786737170723770372 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q6) What strategies have you used to keep or drive your motivation to learn something new? #lrnchat
missniemeier    A6) The fact that I will be gaining new
dcleesfo    A6) I’m a Lab/Pitbull mix learner (curious/tenacious) motivating myself to learn isn’t the problem. Stopping to work sometimes is!  #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/786737170723770372 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q6) What strategies have you used to keep or drive your motivation to learn something new? #lrnchat
eLearninCyclops    A6) Seeing
KatieStroudPro    A5) This one is easy. Because external rewards are easier to find than looking deep down inside ourselves. #lrnchat
urbie    #lrnchat A5 Being around the same-ol same-ol nothing changes. It’s like Joe v The Volcano https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ytS4yFM4Oxw €¦
LnDDave    A6) I’m not above treating myself like a child and using the “”If you want dessert you need to eat your vegetables first”” approach. #lrnchat
kregerck    A6) Submit a conference proposal! Then you have to learn it! #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/786737170723770372 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q6) What strategies have you used to keep or drive your motivation to learn something new? #lrnchat
dcleesfo      Replying to @susangenden
theASIDEblog    Our hardest job as educators is helping learners stay motivated to learn something new. We want them to own it. #lrnchat
KatieStroudPro    A6) Still looking€¦#lrnchat
CynnamonStelly      Replying to @kregerck
urbie    #lrnchat A6 I’ve come to rely heavily on the Interstate highway system to get me to/from #reimaginedPD..
lrnchat    Q7) What is something that you learned tonight or will try? #lrnchat
Quinnovator    a7) will work harder on setting up goals and rewards! #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/786738895383851008 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q7) What is something that you learned tonight or will try? #lrnchat
urbie    #lrnchat A6 Also.. activities like #TodaysDoodle
Quinnovator       Replying to @KatieStroudPro @avanbarn
busynessgirl      Replying to @kregerck
dcleesfo    A7)  I need to work on getting my mirror to high five and to notice I’ve been working out.  #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/786738895383851008 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q7) What is something that you learned tonight or will try? #lrnchat
missniemeier    A7) I was able to reflect on the benefits of instrinsic rewards rather than extrinsic rewards. Going to try to focus on intrinsic. #lrnchat
kjhiggs2131    a7 focus on intrinsic motivation rather than external
JaneBozarth    Have coworkers
ryantracey      Replying to @kjhiggs2131
dcleesfo    A7)  This too.  #lrnchat https://twitter.com/Quinnovator/status/786739021418532865 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      Clark Quinn @Quinnovator                          a7) will work harder on setting up goals and rewards! #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/786738895383851008 €¦
Quinnovator      Replying to @busynessgirl
KatieStroudPro       Replying to @Quinnovator @avanbarn
CynnamonStelly    A7) Think of ways to “”tap into minds”” so I can find out what makes a person curious to learn. #lrnchat
dcleesfo    A7) continued – or just accept that I’m going to have 7 years of bad luck.  #lrnchat https://twitter.com/dcleesfo/status/786739276998254593 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      Dave Lee @dcleesfo                          A7)  I need to work on getting my mirror to high five and to notice I’ve been working out.  #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/786738895383851008 €¦
urbie    Today’s #lrnchat #EdTherapy seem closely related. Reflecting on both & seeing where the circles overlap. Asking €œHow might I/we..€ Try that.
KatieStroudPro    A7) I need to work on motivating myself€¦sigh. #lrnchat
lrnchat    QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat
Plock2009    A7) look at activity that I find intrinsically motivating  and replicate those qualities in other areas #lrnchat
ryantracey    Hey everyone
Quinnovator    aW) blogging at http://learnlets.com
theASIDEblog    We will try to motivate students to feel empowered to learning on their own
ryantracey    AWrap) Ryan signing out from Sydney
urbie    #lrnchat Awrap 1 thing not developing/improving.. Work habits. 40 years+ in The Force I got €˜em down. Focusing on innovation
theASIDEblog    Thank you for an excellent discussion tonight. #lrnchat
urbie    #lrnchat urbie
dcleesfo    AWrap}  It’s getting cold in Chicago
ryantracey    APlug) My proposal for improving the efficiency of compliance training http://ow.ly/KTlO304OHnx    #lrnchat
LnDDave    AWrap) Thanks for a great chat all. Hopefully I’ll see some of you tomorrow at #GuildChat. Have a great night! #lrnchat
busynessgirl    Relevant to the topic of reward and motivation? A Recipe for Free Range Learning: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mWdSz2nHQNY €¦ #lrnchat May have to rewatch …
CynnamonStelly    AWrap) Bonne Nuit! Have a good night! #lrnchat
JaneBozarth    Jane
lrnchat    Thanks everyone for joining #lrnchat tonight. See you next week! Look for weekly transcripts at http://lrnchat.com
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