ABS 200 W4 Introduction to Applied Behavior Sciences D1

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Interact with the Educational Psychology learning object located in the left navigation bar for this week, ensure you have completed the required reading, and review any relevant Instructor Guidance prior to completing this discussion. It will assist you in testing your knowledge and prepare you for this activity.

Self-determination theory suggests students’ academic motivation at school can be understood in terms of three fundamental human needs—autonomy, competence, and relatedness— that are essential for optimal functioning, growth and integration, and social development and personal well-being. For your initial post:

  • Think back to your middle and high school years. Briefly describe how your school fostered a sense of autonomy, competence, and relatedness.

  • Identify any trends in self-determination that were present at the time you were in school and proved effective in fostering positive results.

  • Describe general areas of weakness in terms of these three needs. Indicate what an ideal school that satisfies young people’s fundamental needs might look like.

  • Lastly, examine the roles that parents, teachers, and schools have in fostering an environment to meet these needs.

Your initial post must be a minimum of 200 words and you must utilize at least one scholarly source (e.g., the course textbook, a peer-reviewed article from the Ashford University Library, or a professional web source) that is cited according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center. For further assistance in researching scholarly sources, please access the tutorials on the Ashford University Library website.

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