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Report ped 106.1 alkhaizar

  1. 1. Learners have a unique way of thinking and reacting facing the same situations in the learning environment, they would react differently depending on their personal characteristics.
  2. 2. Students Learning Attitude; Student attitudes on learning determine their ability and willingness to learn. If negative attitudes are not altered, a student is unlikely to continue his education beyond what is required. Changing students' negative attitudes towards learning is a process that involves determining the factors driving the attitude and using this information to bring about change.
  3. 3. How do Educators determine Student Attitudes on Learning? The answer is; They ask them. Author of the book “Learning through children’s eyes” Penny Oldfather, conducted a study and documented their comments, attitudes and motivation towards learning, she found out that learners lack motivation. They seem to desire a positive attitude and the motivation to learn.
  4. 4. Once educators uncover student attitudes on learning, the challenge is using this information to shape a positive attitude. A positive learning attitude requires motivation and gratification; the timing of those variables depends on the Age of the student. Adult students can see the future results of their learning, such as a better job and more money. Elementary students, however, are too young to see the big picture. To them, the need for drive and reward is instant. i.e. students must want to learn, be receptive and participate in the learning process to ultimately experience satisfaction from learning.
  5. 5. How to Compare a Positive and Negative Attitudes? Attitudes are hard to grasp, since they are not really tangible objects. Attitudes are complex mental and psychological characteristics of an individual's way of thinking, and way of interpreting, evaluating and otherwise learning to deal with life and its myriad issues. Our attitudes help define who we are, as seen by those around us. Positive attitudes usually foster positive interactions; Negative attitudes usually foster negative interactions with others.
  6. 6. Positive Attitudes Positive attitudes help motivate many people to great success and achievement. people who exude positive attitudes often have positive effects on friends, family and others they interact with.
  7. 7. Negative Attitudes Negative attitudes are what motivate many people to belittle or bully others, or behave in ways which can have depressing influences on those around them.
  8. 8. Which means; Attitudes can be recognized easily by the "fruits" they bring forth. In other words, if someone's attitude makes you feel sad, or depressed, or even angry or frustrated, those feelings are Negative; On the other hand, if their attitude makes you feel elated, joyous or warmly settled, those feelings are Positive.
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