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Intrinsic Motivation and the Process of Learning: Beneficial Effects of Contextualization, Personalization, and Choice
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Journal of Educational Psychology Volume 88, Number 4, ISSN 0022-0663

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The effects on the learning process of the strategies of contextualization, personalization, and provision of choices for enhancing students intrinsic motivation were studied with 72 fourth and fifth graders in one control and four experimental conditions. All three strategies produced increases in student motivation and in engagement in learning. (SLD)

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Cordova, D.I. & Lepper, M.R. (1996). Intrinsic Motivation and the Process of Learning: Beneficial Effects of Contextualization, Personalization, and Choice. Journal of Educational Psychology, 88(4), 715. Retrieved April 22, 2019 from .

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