Eric M. Anderman is Professor of Educational Psychology at The Ohio State University. A former middle and high school teacher, Dr. Anderman has conducted research on academic motivation for the past 20 years, having focused much of his research on the applications of empirical research on motivation for students and practitioners. Besides co-authoring Classroom Motivation, his other books include: The International Guide to Student Achievement (with John Hattie, published by Routledge in 2012), Psychology of Academic Cheating (with Tamera Murdock, published in 2006 by Elsevier), and Psychology of Classroom Learning (with Lynley Anderman, published in 2009 by Cengage).
Lynley H. Anderman is Associate Professor of Educational Psychology at The Ohio State University. Her research has focused primarily on the interplay between social and instructional influences on students’academic motivation. A former elementary/middle school teacher, Dr. Anderman is widely-published on topics including: students’ sense of school belonging, social motivation, and the ways teachers create classroom environments that support students’ motivation and engagement.
PART I INTRODUCTION
Chapter 1 What Is Motivation?
PART II DEVELOPING THE SKILLS OF A MOTIVATIONAL TEACHER
Chapter 2 Choosing Academic Tasks for Your Students
Chapter 3 Using Rewards Effectively
Chapter 4 Evaluating Student Progress
Chapter 5 Grouping Students for Instruction
Chapter 6 Working with Parents
PART III DEVELOPING A MOTIVATIONAL ENVIRONMENT IN THE CLASSROOM
Chapter 7 Promoting Autonomy in the Classroom
Chapter 8 Self-Esteem
Chapter 9 Holding High Expectations for Students
Chapter 10 Motivational Problems
PART IV PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER
Chapter 11 Motivational Classrooms for All Learners