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engagement as a key component to the learning process (209). Brooks and Shell (2007)

concurred and expanded upon this concept when proposing the Unified Learning Model.

Figure 2Motivators for learning and working

Figure 2 (Little, 2003) shows that learning motivation and engagement is influenced by

the school‘s social and cultural environment as well as the social definitions of work

which motivates a learner (Little, 450). One‘s community affects the amount of student

engagement.

According to Bowen (2005) student engagement is defined as being actively

involved in the learning and is a four stage process. This process requires that educators:

1) involve students in the learning process 2) involve students in new experiences 3)

involve students in the context of the learning and 4) involve students in the human

element

of

learning.

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active

involvement

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learning

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