Motivation and emotion/Assessment/Quizzes
This assessment item is in development for 2021.
Summary[edit | edit source]
17 equally-weighted 10-question, 10-minute, multiple-choice, online quizzes. One quiz per textbook chapter.
Overview[edit | edit source]
- Weight: 35%
- Due: Week 15 Mon 9am 8 Nov 2021
- 17 equally-weighted online quizzes assess understanding of motivation and emotion theories and research as presented in the Reeve (2018) textbook and discussed in lectures and tutorials.
Learning outcomes[edit | edit source]
How the learning outcomes are addressed by this assessment exercise:
|Learning outcome||Assessment task|
|Identify the major principles of motivation and emotion||The quizzes test understanding of key theories and research in the field of motivation and emotion as emphasised in the textbook, lectures, and tutorials.|
Graduate attributes[edit | edit source]
How this assessment exercise addresses the graduate attributes:
|Graduate attribute||Assessment task|
|Be professional - up-to-date knowledge and skills||Develop a broad understanding of current psychological theory and research about motivation and emotion.|
Guidelines[edit | edit source]
There are 17 online quizzes (one per textbook chapter; each quiz counts equally):
- Quizzes can be attempted at any time before the due date from any internet-connected computer. Google Chrome is the recommended browser.
- Each quiz can each be attempted once or twice. If attempted twice, the average of the two attempts will be used as the quiz mark.
- Missed quizzes receive 0.
- Availability: Quizzes will be available on throughout semester.
- Content: Quizzes consist of 10 randomly selected multiple-choice questions from a test bank designed to assess knowledge of content covered in the related textbook chapter.
- Reviewing results: Once a quiz attempt has been submitted, the questions, responses, and correct answers will be viewable. Once the review screen has been closed, this information will no longer be available.
- Time limit: 10 minutes.
- Academic integrity: Quizzes should be completed independently, with no assistance from other people. Study materials such as the Reeve (2018) textbook, lecture/study notes, and internet resources are permitted.
- Bonus marks: Email the unit convener if you identify a quiz error or improvement. Accepted revisions will earn bonus quiz marks.
Schedule[edit | edit source]
The recommended schedule for regularly completing the quizzes is:
|02||02: Motivation and emotion in historical perspective|
|03||03: The motivated and emotional brain|
04: Physiological needs
|04||05: Extrinsic motivation|
06: Psychological needs
|05||07: Implicit motives|
08: Goal setting and goal striving
10: Personal control beliefs
11: The self and its strivings
|07||12: Nature of emotion|
|09||13: Aspects of emotion|
|10||14: Individual emotions|
|11||16: Unconscious motivation|
|12||15: Growth motivation and positive psychology|
Alternatively, develop your own schedule, or sit all quizzes in Week 14 similar to a final, take-home exam.