Lia Daniels, PhD, discusses the role of motivation in learning and how the draft curriculum may affect students’ love of learning.
Lia Daniels, PhD
Lia Daniels is a professor in the Department of Educational Psychology at the University of Alberta. She came to the University of Alberta in 2008 after completing a PhD in social psychology at the University of Manitoba. She is a quantitative researcher by training and work primarily from the theoretical perspectives of mindsets, achievement goal theory, control-value theory of emotions, and self-determination theory.