Motivation is a hot topic in education. It is not uncommon for many students give up when challenges arise, while others rise to the occasion to overcome challenges. This literature review addresses many studies showcasing the benefits of academic perseverance, pointing to the need for all students to possess this trait. In understanding this, the research uncovers ways in which teachers are able to influence their students to overcome such challenges and persevere to complete academic activities. These strategies focus primarily on two different areas: fostering autonomy and intrinsic motivation in the classroom and teaching self-regulation strategies for overcoming challenges.
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Satterlie, A. R. (2018). What's My Motivation? Teaching Strategies for Fostering Student Perseverance in the Classroom [Masterʼs thesis, Bethel University]. Spark Repository. https://spark.bethel.edu/etd/560