Dan Pink on the Science of Motivation
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Dan Pink on the Science of Motivation

Dan Pink on the Science of Motivation

Dan Pink, author of the popular Whole New Mind, offers insights into what research tells us about motivation, potential, and the value (or lack their of) of reward systems.  It is a great video that has obvious implications for educators, especially those who feel that the seeming infallibility (and immediate gratification) of a carrot-on-a-stick is actually a hook without a worm. He also explores motivators that have long term benefits for learners and that help unlock the mind’s potential to think critically and creatively.

10 Comments
  • mritzius
    Posted at 09:54h, 28 August Reply

    This video is the antithesis of the white house's push for merit pay and more high stakes testing. One of the most popular terms in education right now is “evidence based practice”. What is the evidence telling you Arne?

  • Jason Flom
    Posted at 13:26h, 28 August Reply

    Dan Pink’s TED talk on The Science of Motivation (via a whole lotta great tweeps) | http://bit.ly/12kfkb

  • Julie LaChance
    Posted at 13:27h, 28 August Reply

    RT @JasonFlom: Dan Pink’s TED talk on The Science of Motivation (via a whole lotta great tweeps) | http://bit.ly/12kfkb

  • Mo Hax
    Posted at 14:10h, 28 August Reply

    Incentives actually HURT performance. @DanielPink shows how intrinsic motivators, autonomy, mastery, and purpose win (http://bit.ly/3mgoZ)

  • mritzius
    Posted at 16:54h, 28 August Reply

    This video is the antithesis of the white house's push for merit pay and more high stakes testing. One of the most popular terms in education right now is “evidence based practice”. What is the evidence telling you Arne?

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    Posted at 13:06h, 29 August Reply

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  • Bethe Almeras
    Posted at 01:05h, 01 September Reply

    http://bit.ly/IASbW Dan Pink on the Science of Motivation from @jasonflom (TED video)

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  • Mo Hax
    Posted at 15:55h, 21 October Reply

    @MitchWagner Somehow idle time and creativity relates to Pink's TED talk about failed carrot-on-stick motivation: http://bit.ly/IASbW

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