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    You are a new instructor for a first grade math class working with a teacher who has been teaching for 30 years. You notice that the children are not motivated to do math, particularly their math homework. Using theory and principles of motivation, how would you turn the situation around? Any thoughts?

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    Problem: You are a new instructor for a first grade math class working with a teacher who has been teaching for 30 years. You notice that the children are not motivated to do math, particularly their math homework. Using theory and principles of motivation, how would you turn the situation around? Any thoughts?

    There are two types of motivation:

    Intrinsic motivation is when someone ...

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    This posting helps with a problem and theory and principles of motivation. This solution discusses how to use theory and principles of motivation to turn a situation around. The explanation is given in 213 words.

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