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A Technique Designed To Enhance First-Year At-Risk Students' Intrinsic Motivation: Its Effect On Quality Of Effort Relative To The Academic Experience , Wanda Earnestine Woods Everage
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Student involvement theory provides the framework for examining the effectiveness of the technique Dare to Dream on improving first-year at-risk students' quality of effort relative to their coursework and other academic activities. The researcher of this study developed the technique Dare to Dream with the goal to enhance students' intrinsic motivation by helping them construct connections between the current academic experience and their future career aspirations, thereby increasing their involvement and thus improving their quality of effort. From 1994 to 1998 the researcher, in the role of educator during that time, administered Dare to Dream to over 300 students in ...