The 4 M’s of Motivation: Keys to Motivating Student-Athletes
Keywords:academic motivation, academic success, motivation, values, student-athlete
Finding ways to motivate student-athletes can be a challenging task that requires creativity, autonomy and buy-in. The 4 M’s of Motivation: Keys to Motivating Student-Athletes introduces an innovative model that can be used by athletic academic professionals to help student-athletes cultivate and maintain motivation.
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