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Motivation for Children Learning

Motivation for Children Learning

Plant the Seed for Learning Motivation in Children

The following is an elaboration and insight based on the article Motivating Learning in Young Children written by The National Association of School Psychologists. This article[1] is based on the book “Early Childhood Motivation,” written by Martha Carlton.

Children will start the learning journey in the Kindergarten years. As explained by the National Association of School Psychologists, at this young age children will form the attitudes that will affect their future learning.  The National Association of School Psychologists adapted their article from the “Early Childhood Motivation,” written by Martha Carlton (National Association of School Psychologists).

 

[1] Provided by the National Association of School Psychologists. Adapted from “Early Childhood Motivation” (forthcoming in the second edition of Helping Children at Home and School, NASP) by Martha Carlton, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Education at Southern Illinois University

 

Source:

National Association of School Psychologists. Motivating Learning in Young Children. Retrieved October 16, 2016, from NASP Center: www.naspcenter.org/parents/earlychildmotiv_ho.html

 

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