the Motivational Appeal of Online Instruction for Adult Learners:
What’s in it for Me? by Yonnie Chyung
describes the improvement of the online programs of the department of
Instructional and Performance Technology (IPT) at Boise State University.
She explains that the improvement was thanks to “theory-based
and model-based intervention design procedures,” which was partly
based on the ARCS model. She reports that “adult online learners
were highly motivated to learn, and they achieved a significantly high
level of learning outcomes.”
here to read the research article:
the ARCS Model to Adult Motivation to Work
document, Keller describes issues pertaining to people’s motivation
to work. Consistently with other models of human performance technology,
he explains how to distinguish performance problems due to lack of motivations
versus environmental conditions of deficits in knowledge and skills.
He then explains how the ARCS model can serve as a frame of reference
for analyzing adult performance problems in the workplace. Then, when
the problems are due at least in part to motivation he explains how
to design motivational strategies that are consistent with the specific
J.M. (1999). Motivational systems. In H. Stolovitch, & E. Keeps
(Eds), Handbook of Human Performance Technology, 2nd Edition.
San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Inc., Publishers.
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