The Motivation Wheel

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Mind Map on The Motivation Wheel, created by ajackson365 on 05/11/2013.

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The Motivation Wheel
1 Support
1.1 track progress
1.1.1 goals in ebs asap
1.1.2 be aware of due dates
1.1.3 action automated emails
1.2 Over come barriers
1.2.1 Papperwork on time
1.2.2 provide exra tuition
1.2.3 provide direction
1.3 over come failures
1.3.1 support when goal fails
1.3.2 Take time to understand
1.3.3 take the blame
2 Feedback
2.1 instrutors accoutable
2.2 3 Types
2.2.1 During + after flight

Annotations:

  • Traing file
2.2.2 monthly report card
2.2.2.1 Learn + Grow

Annotations:

  • Application of theory Reciving feedback Personal Development Motivation
2.2.2.2 Disciplin + Excellance

Annotations:

  • Punctuality Airmanship Workload Management
2.2.2.3 Clear + decisive

Annotations:

  • Comunication Decision making
2.2.3 prelicense/theory/flight test results
2.3 Strategies
2.3.1 Direction

Annotations:

  • Do as I say cause im the teacher
2.3.2 Enlistment

Annotations:

  • Appeling do this diferently heres why its important
2.3.3 Involment

Annotations:

  • Lets find a way for you to be a better pilot
2.4 model for providing
2.4.1 consequences
2.4.2 outcomes
2.4.3 Facts
2.4.4 recomendations
2.5 critical
2.5.1 framng
2.5.2 confidential
2.5.3 timing
2.5.4 ownership
2.5.5 acceptance
2.5.5.1 denial
2.5.5.2 anger
2.5.5.3 blame
2.5.5.4 action
3 Recognition
3.1 Post on face book
3.1.1 Flight test
3.1.2 Anything interesting
3.1.3 First solo
3.2 Congratulate Students
3.3 Monitoring and Closeing goals
4 Goals
4.1 Setting Goals
4.1.1 Designing Goals
4.1.1.1 SMART
4.1.1.1.1 Specific
4.1.1.1.2 Achievable
4.1.1.1.3 Realistic
4.1.1.1.4 Timed-bound
4.1.1.1.5 Measurable
4.1.1.2 Basair Context
4.1.1.2.1 Clear And acivable
4.1.1.2.2 Accurate Timed Feedback
4.1.1.2.3 Focus on procees over outcome
4.1.2 Imediate goals are important
4.2 What do they achive?
4.2.1 Increase effectivness of learng
4.2.2 Provide Focus
4.2.3 Energise Students
4.2.4 Increase Persistance
4.2.5 Motivate use of skills and knowage
4.3 2 Types
4.3.1 individual
4.3.1.1 Situation
4.3.1.2 Time Frame
4.3.1.3 Feedback
4.3.1.4 Outcome
4.3.2 class wide
4.3.2.1 same target date
4.3.2.2 never changed
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