Transtextual Model

The primary goal for an educator in a high school is for each of their students to be successful in their classes. In order for this to be true, it is important for each student to have the desire to put in the work and the willingness to learn the subject. In high school math courses, it is crucial for the students to have that desire and will to be successful; it is crucial for them to constantly be motivated to do so. Initially, the students themselves are responsible being motivation for their own needs. Whether the students are motivated to learn or not, the teacher should be responsible for knowing in which they can increase their students’ motivation. By pursuing autonomous support and motivation, applying technology use in the right …show more content…
In Perth, Western Australia, Hagger, Sultaan, and Charizarantis (2014) developed a study that is directed towards the trans-contextual model, where they explain how it outlines that the students’ perception of the support the teacher gives them for autonomous motivation through learning activities in class which leads them that form out-of-school. Hagger et al. (2014) measure this by the students filling out self-reported measurements of the autonomy support they receive and their own behavior components. Five weeks after they started the study, the students would self-reported based on their motivation. These results also demonstrate that as teacher pursue autonomous support in school, students will option autonomous motivation in school through their activities and outside in their …show more content…
Teaches have the ability to become that guidance for each student to be motivated and succeed in their classes. In order to do so, teachers must develop an approach that can help the students learn better, and, more importantly, be motivated to learn more. One approach that can be considered is the through the use of fear appeals teachers could demonstrate in their class. According to Putwain and Symes (2011), “Fear appeals represent attempts by teachers to motivate students by highlighting the consequences of failure to students, based on an implicit belief that in order to avoid failure…” (456). By presenting this approach towards the students, they will obtain greater motivation to succeed in the future. This study was done based upon responses from upperclassmen from a high school, where they are preparing themselves for the future beyond graduation. Putwain and Symes (2011) learned that using this approaches correlates positively with students’ motivation. The use of fear appeals increases students initiation of setting goals towards completing and fulfilling their mathematic requirements based on what the teachers demonstrates to them so that they do not

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