In the News: The Things That Do – and Don’t – Motivate Kids to Succeed



By 12/17/2019

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The BBC has an article with a look at “which is better for helping children learn”: intrinsic motivation (“natural curiosity”) or extrinsic motivation (“linked to reward”)?

The BBC article extensively quotes Adam Tyner, whose article with Michael J. Petrilli, “The Case for Holding Students Accountable: How extrinsic motivation gets kids to work harder and learn more,” appeared in the Summer 2018 issue of Education Next.

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