A growing body of research shows that people find motivation when they are provided opportunities for autonomy, mastery and purpose in what they do. Research finds that when people are asked to conduct complex problem-solving that requires creativity and innovative thinking, as will be required of lawyers in the 21st century, they are better able to do so when the motivators are intrinsic rather than extrinsic. This video provides an overview of for law school educators interested in adding the three intrinsic motivators – autonomy, mastery and purpose into the way they teach law students. This video is created and produced by Professors Beryl Blaustone (CUNY Law) and Michele Pistone (Villanova Law) as part of LegalED, legaledweb.com, an online repository for resouces for legal education, developed by law professors.

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