A MOTIVATOR MAP FOR EDUCATORS is an interconnected set of learning outcomes and teaching opportunities grounded in flexible researched best practices.
MOTIVATOR MAPS’ LEARNING OUTCOMES FOR STUDENTS INCLUDE: Psychomotor Outcomes - Physical Performances during simulations. Affective Outcomes - Demonstration of appropriate emotions during dynamic adult and peer interactions. Social Outcomes - Demonstration of productive interaction and behavior with other people. Ethical Outcomes - Decision-making that considers during reflection the effects of those decisions. Cognitive/Academic Outcomes - Learning facts and connecting those facts to concepts and ideas.
MOTIVATOR MAPS FOR EDUCATORS Address Cognitive Outcomes:
Knowledge Outcomes - Hands on exploration of science “-ologies” and humanities legacy learning. Comprehension Outcomes - Interactive participation through science and historical simulations. Application Outcomes - Inventing and applying procedures and reenactments to promote authenticity. Analysis Outcomes - Full planning and discussion opportunities relying on understanding. Synthesis Outcomes - Reflections for improvement of the interactive simulations. Evaluation Outcomes - Assess learning utilizing the principle of Triangulation in Action Research.