|I: SETTING THE STAGE FOR MOTIVATIONAL POSSIBILITIES|
|1||Motivation: Problems, Possibilities, and Perspectives||3|
|II: SOCIAL-COGNITIVE PROCESSES THAT INFLUENCE MOTIVATION|
|2||Attributional Beliefs and Motivation||27|
|3||Concepts of Ability and Motivation||66|
|4||Goals and Goal Setting||105|
|5||Developing Student Self-Regulatory Capabilities||132|
|III: THE CLASSROOM CLIMATE FOR OPTIMAL ENGAGEMENT AND MOTIVATION|
|6||Teacher Motivation: Expectations and Efficacy||169|
|7||Promoting Optimal Motivation and Engagement: Social Context||201|
|8||Tasks, Recognition, and Evaluation for Optimal Engagement and Motivation||233|
|9||Implementing Motivation Strategies in the Classroom||271|
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Publication information: Book title: Motivation for Achievement: Possibilities for Teaching and Learning. Edition: 2nd. Contributors: M. Kay Alderman - Author. Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Place of publication: Mahwah, NJ. Publication year: 2004. Page number: v.
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