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1 What Are You Driving? Pre-Collegiate Fall ReNEWal Conference October 24 – 26, 2012

2 DRiVE by Daniel Pink  “Human beings, Deci said, have an inherent tendency to seek out novelty and challenges, to extend and exercise their capacities, to explore, and to learn.” – page 8

3 Type X or Type I?  www. danpink.com/drive/html Type XType I -driven by extrinsic desires -driven by intrinsic desires -inherent satisfaction of the activity -”made” behavior, not born -usually outperform Type X -promote greater physical and mental well-being

4 “Nutrients” for Type I  Autonomy  Mastery  Purpose

5 Autonomy  “…autonomous motivation promotes greater conceptual understanding, better grades, enhanced persistence at school and in sporting activities, higher productivity, less burnout, and greater levels of psychological well-being.” – pages 90 – 91  “…Type I behavior emerges when people have autonomy over the four T’s: their task, their time, their technique, and their team.” – page 94  What aspect of autonomy is most important to you?

6 Mastery  “Only engagement can produce mastery.” – page 111  “…flow, the deep sense of engagement… It’s a necessity. We need it to survive. It is the oxygen of the soul.” – page 129  “If people are conscious of what puts them in flow, they’ll have a clearer idea of what they should devote the time and dedication to master.” – page 125  Poem – page 109  Is there anything you’ve ever wanted to master that you’ve avoided?

7 Purpose  “Purpose provides activation energy for living,” psychologist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi told me in an interview.” – page 134  “We see the first stirrings of this new purpose motive in three realms of organizational life – goals, words, and policies.” – page 135  Portion of the MBA Oath – page 138  Is education today too Type X – that is, does it put too great an emphasis on extrinsic rewards?  Is there an elegant way to reconcile intrinsic motivation and accountability?

8 “Type I for Individuals: Nine Strategies for Awakening Your Motivation” – pages  Give yourself a “Flow Test.”

9 Listen and Reflect  “On the Other Side of the Door” by Jeff Moss  “The Journey” by Mary Oliver  “Breathe Deep” performed by Guy Penrod

10 “Four tips for Getting (and Staying) Motivated’ – pages  Set your own goals.  Ditch the treadmill.  Keep mastery in mind.  Reward yourself the right way.

11 “When to Use Rewards: A Simple Flowchart” – page 69

12 Applications for the Classroom – pages 175 – 179  Homework Test  Have a FedEx Day  Try DIY Report Cards  Don’t combine an Allowance and Chores  Offer Praise… The Right Way  Help Kids See the Big Picture


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