Johnmarshall Reeve is a Professor in the Institute of Positive Psychology and Education at the Australian Catholic University. He received his PhD from Texas Christian University and completed postdoctoral work at the University of Rochester. Professor Reeve’s research interests center on the empirical study of all aspects of human motivation and emotion with a particular emphasis on teachers’ motivating styles and students’ motivation and engagement during learning activities. He has published 80 articles on motivation in journals such as the Journal of Educational Psychology and Learning and Instruction. He has published 24 book chapters and 4 books, including Understanding Motivation and Emotion (7th ed). He was past Chair of the Motivation in Education SIG with the American Educational Research Association and past Editor-in-Chief of the journal Motivation and Emotion.
V I D E O s
Dr. Johnmarshall Reeve's interview with Dennis Sale (Singapore Polytechnical) about teachers' classroom motivating styles toward students.
(Interview lasts for 32 minutes)
ASIP INTERVEntion talk
Talk given during the ACU Brown Bag: Overview of an Autonomy-Supportive Intervention Program of Research.
February 13, 2019.
Talk lasts for 1 hour & 3 minutes.
SDT 7 Talk
Talk given at the 7th International Self-Determination Theory conference: Getting Bullying out of the classroom: An alternative approach to internalization, May2019.
One video from an asip
Click below to view one of the many videoclips we use during our Autonomy-Supportive Intervention Program (ASIP). The teacher models the recommended instructional behavior of "Acknowledge and Accept Negative Feelings" (26 secs).