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Expected Utility Theory, how might a teacher apply this to her students?

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Answer the following 3 questions;1.Given what we know about the Expected Utility Theory, how might a teacher apply this to her students? What are some of the challenges of motivating students according given the application of this theory?;2.Collective variables are characteristics of a stimuli, one of which is novelty. How might an individual's frequent need to buy clothes, electronics, or home decor be explained by the idea of collative variables increasing arousal? Do you agree or disagree with this explanation?;I have experienced that children naturally gravitate toward novel items and that they are often motivated to gain access to those items, even more so than already established highly preferred items. Do you think this is true of only children, or adults as well? How might an employer apply this idea to motivate employees?;3.In the text, Deckers (2010) mentions various sources of arousal: stimuli, collative variables, incentives, tasks. As applied to a school setting, how might a teacher use each of these sources to motivate student behavior. Do you recognize these sources as motivating your own behavior?;Additional Requirements;Min Pages: 1;Level of Detail: Show all work;Other Requirements: Answer the question with 50 words of less.

 

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