Learners seek out opportunities to demonstrate their competence and are usually intrinsically motivated to learn physical skills. Remember, patients need to have the opportunity to be successful, so they can internalize their performance and truly learn.
In the ego-involved climate, success is defined in comparison to other people in the group or some idealized model. Success can be increased by professionals who create the positive affective environment discussed earlier, who manipulate environmental and task constraints, and who encourage learners to be actively involved in the discovery learning process.
However, if people participate in sport or exercise to receive a trophy or money from parents, intrinsic motivation toward that activity will likely decrease. The sport literature confirmed this finding in those who lost. Not surprisingly, positive past achievements enhance personal self-efficacy and competence as an important mediator of intrinsic motivation.
Rewards are things like trophies or other tangible items rather than positive verbal feedback. The achieved goals provide a sense of self-satisfaction, competence, and hence intrinsic motivation.
Choice facilitates intrinsic motivation. If the rewards are unexpected and not related to task achievement, they do not decrease intrinsic motivation.
Generally speaking, before children begin school they are largely unaware of how they compare to others in terms of movement skills.
For winners, or those who did well, intrinsic motivation was enhanced Vallerand, As instructors sense that younger school-aged children might benefit from setting goals as a means to promote activity and provide a barometer of success, the children will need assistance in selecting realistic and specific goals.
Motivation influences activity initiation and persistence. Emphasis on knowledge of performance. Provide a rationale for activities.
The mastery climate champions personal improvement as the important yardstick of success. Readers are cautioned against thinking that competition must be a huge part of all programs; think of practice that emphasizes personal skill improvement in swimming, skiing, or gymnastics quite outside the context of competition.
The early motivation literature with physical tasks showed that competition had a detrimental effect on intrinsic motivation. In short, PTAs make observations and comparisons and apply their knowledge of body movements, posture, balance, safety, cognition, and endurance to specific task requirements for the patient.
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