Jun 18, 2015
The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us. By Daniel H. Pink
3. Six Minutes of Problem Solving
For the next six minutes, please organize yourselves into groups of any size to work with Oobleck.
Solve the problem of what state of matter it is in six minutes.
If you have worked with Oobleck before, please see me for a challenge problem.
4. DRiVE, the surprising truth about what motivates us.
The Results Oriented Workplace Environment (ROWE)
The Google 20% Model
Fed-Ex days (overnight)
3M and 15%
ROWE and autonomy
Creativity and the classroom
5. DRiVE, the surprising truth about what motivates us.
Motivation 1.0-stay alive
What is it?
Carrot and stick
If Then rewards
Why doesnt it work?
The new world of work
Type X and type I workers
The creative worker
Motivating the type I worker
6. Educational Application
Type X develops poor
When I become a Teacher...(2001).
Example of type X
When I grow up. (1999).
7. Activity background
Two questions that can change your life.
Whats your sentence?
8. Why should I read Drive?
To find out what motivates creative people.
To understand motivation 3.0.
To find specific educational implications for motivation.
To see how to implement rewards that do not kill motivation in the classroom.
Apple Teacher Institute, Lesley University (2001). When I become a Teacher... Retrieved from the web at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=590PNSh6g_4
Geisel, T. (1949). Bartholomew and the Oobleck. NY: Random House.
Monster.com (1999). When I grow up. Retrieved from the web at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rJB0CzlzSwY
Pink, D. H. (2009). Drive, the surprising truth about what motivates us. NY: Penguin.
Pink, D. H. (2010). Two questions that can change your life. Retrieved from the web at:http://vimeo.com/8480171
Pink, D. H. (2010). Whats your sentence? Retrieved from the web at: http://vimeo.com/14888034
Sneider, C. & Beals, K. (2004). Oobleck: What do scientists do? Berkeley, CA: Great Explorations in Math & Science (GEMS).
Images other than book covers retrieved from Microsoft Clip Art Gallery or personally owned.
10. Exit Slip
Are you interested in this book?
Compare one main feature of motivation 2.0 to 3.0.
How do you think this may apply to the classroom?