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19 terms

chapters 2&5

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motivation
thoughts or feelings that initiate, direct,and sustain action
self-efficacy
the confidence that we can meet whatever performance standards the situation requires;when we feel confident in our own abilities to meet whatever challenges life brings
self-respect
feeling confident that you deserve joy and happiness
self-esteem
how we accept ourselves and the value and worth we place on ourselves
attribution
our beliefs about the causes of our academic success or failure
initiation
how rapidly we begin a behavior
intensity
how hard do we try
persistance
how long do we try
values
the reason why we prize r disregard the completion of a task
expert learner
individuals who have attained a higher level of competence;can learn what they need to learn and perform it
novice learner
individuals whose learning is often insufficient or halting
commitment
a promise made to an idea,a group,another person, or ourselves
involvement
amount of time, attention,and feelings that we dedicate to an activity,idea or a relationship
declarative knowledge
possessing specific information about something
procedural knowledge
knowing how to do something
visual/verbal
presented visually and in written format
visual/nonverbal
presented visually and in picture or design format
tactile/kinesthetic
hands on;need to touch it;can't sit still during lecture
auditory/verbal
presented auditory in an oral language format;'hear' the way info is told to you