CONTENT
MOTIVATION IN LEARNING
What is students’ motivation ?
What Factors Influence the
Development of students’ motiva...
WHAT IS STUDENTS’ MOTIVATION?
 students’

motivation
deals with
students’ desire to
participate in the
learning process.
What Factors Influence the
Development of Students’ Motivation?
 AGE
 GENDER
 GOALS
 NEED
 INTEREST
 EXPECTANCY

 ATTITUDE
 SELF-EFFICACY

COMPETENCE
 ABILITY

 TEACHER
PEER GROUPS
COURSE CONTENT
HOME SUPPORT

SCHOOL POLICIES,

GOALS AND PROCEDURES
TEACHERS’ IMPORTANCE IN
MOTIVATION
 While it is true that most students

have the ability to teach
themselves, it is impo...
WHAT CAN TEACHERS DO TO
MOTIVATE STUDENTS?
CREATE A PLEASANT/ RELAYED

ATMOSPHERE IN THE CLASS

DECREASE THEIR ANXIETY
...
ENCOURAGE STUDENTS TO SET ATTAINABLE

GOALS

INCREASE THE ATRACTIVENESS IN COURSE

CONTENT.

 PROVIDE CHOICES
MAKE LES...
IDENTIFY WHY THEY ARE STUDYING THE

TASK

DEVELOPE AN EXPECTANCY OF SUCCESS
SET A PERSONAL EXAMPLE WITH THEIR OWN

BEHA...
BE ENERGETIC AND ENTHUSIASTIC ABOUT

WHAT THEY ARE TEACHING

BEHAVE EQUALLY TOWARDS ALL OF THE

STUDENTS

REWARD THE ST...
HAVE STUDENTS PARTICIPATE
TEACH INDUCTIVELY
SATISFY STUDENTS’ NEED
 AND LASTLY MAKE LEARNING VISUAL
SELF MOTIVATION
 THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THOSE

WHO NEVER REACH THEIR
GOALS,YEAR AFTER YEAR,AND
THOSE WHO ACHIEVE ONE GOAL...
What is self-motivation?
 Self-motivation is the

force that keeps
pushing us to go on –
it's our internal drive
to
achie...
 Score Interpretation
 44-60 Wonderful! You get things done, and you don't let anything

stand in your way. You make a c...
 There are four factors being

necessary to build the
strongest levels of selfmotivation:
1.Self-confidence and selfeffic...
SELF-CONFIDENCE AND SELF-EFFICIACY
 Self-efficacy is defined as a belief in our own

ability to succeed. It contributes t...
POSITIVE THINKING AND POSITIVE THINKING
ABOUT THE FUTURE
 It's important to look
at things positively,
especially when th...
FOCUS AND STRONG GOALS
 These give you focus, a clear

sense of direction, and the
self-confidence that comes
from recogn...
MOTIVATING ENVIRONMENT


It is surrounding
yourself with
people and
resources that will
remind you of your
goals, and hel...
THANK YOU FOR LISTENING TO ME
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Motivation

  1. 1. CONTENT MOTIVATION IN LEARNING What is students’ motivation ? What Factors Influence the Development of students’ motivation?  Why teacher is important in students’ motivation? What can teachers do for developing students’ motivation?
  2. 2. WHAT IS STUDENTS’ MOTIVATION?  students’ motivation deals with students’ desire to participate in the learning process.
  3. 3. What Factors Influence the Development of Students’ Motivation?  AGE  GENDER  GOALS  NEED  INTEREST
  4. 4.  EXPECTANCY  ATTITUDE  SELF-EFFICACY COMPETENCE  ABILITY  TEACHER
  5. 5. PEER GROUPS COURSE CONTENT HOME SUPPORT SCHOOL POLICIES, GOALS AND PROCEDURES
  6. 6. TEACHERS’ IMPORTANCE IN MOTIVATION  While it is true that most students have the ability to teach themselves, it is important they have the motivation to learn. This motivation must come from a teacher.
  7. 7. WHAT CAN TEACHERS DO TO MOTIVATE STUDENTS? CREATE A PLEASANT/ RELAYED ATMOSPHERE IN THE CLASS DECREASE THEIR ANXIETY PROMOTE MOTIVATION ENHANCE ATTRIBUTION
  8. 8. ENCOURAGE STUDENTS TO SET ATTAINABLE GOALS INCREASE THE ATRACTIVENESS IN COURSE CONTENT.  PROVIDE CHOICES MAKE LESSONS INTERESTING PROMOTE LEARNER AUTONOMY
  9. 9. IDENTIFY WHY THEY ARE STUDYING THE TASK DEVELOPE AN EXPECTANCY OF SUCCESS SET A PERSONAL EXAMPLE WITH THEIR OWN BEHAVIOUR USE POSITIVE EMOTIONS PRESENT THE TASK PROPERLY VARY THE TASK DIMENSIONS
  10. 10. BE ENERGETIC AND ENTHUSIASTIC ABOUT WHAT THEY ARE TEACHING BEHAVE EQUALLY TOWARDS ALL OF THE STUDENTS REWARD THE STUDENTS
  11. 11. HAVE STUDENTS PARTICIPATE TEACH INDUCTIVELY SATISFY STUDENTS’ NEED  AND LASTLY MAKE LEARNING VISUAL
  12. 12. SELF MOTIVATION  THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THOSE WHO NEVER REACH THEIR GOALS,YEAR AFTER YEAR,AND THOSE WHO ACHIEVE ONE GOAL AFTER ANOTHER IS COMPLETELY THEIR SELF MOTIVATION..
  13. 13. What is self-motivation?  Self-motivation is the force that keeps pushing us to go on – it's our internal drive to achieve, produce, dev elop, and keep moving forward.
  14. 14.  Score Interpretation  44-60 Wonderful! You get things done, and you don't let anything stand in your way. You make a conscious effort to stay selfmotivated, and you spend significant time and effort on setting goals and acting to achieve those goals. You attract and inspire others with your success. Treasure this – and be aware that not everyone is as selfmotivated as you are!  28-43 You're doing OK on self-motivation. You're certainly not failing – however, you could achieve much more. To achieve what you want, try to increase the motivation factors in all areas of your life. Read the relevant sections below, and work on them to strengthen your selfmotivation.  12-27 You allow your personal doubts and fears to keep you from succeeding. You've probably had a few incomplete goals in the past, so you may have convinced yourself that you aren't self-motivated – and then you've made that come true. Break this harmful pattern now, and start believing in yourself again. The tools and tips below will help you get back your motivation.
  15. 15.  There are four factors being necessary to build the strongest levels of selfmotivation: 1.Self-confidence and selfefficacy. 2.Positive thinking, and positive thinking about the future. 3.Focus and strong goals 4.A motivating environment
  16. 16. SELF-CONFIDENCE AND SELF-EFFICIACY  Self-efficacy is defined as a belief in our own ability to succeed. It contributes to how much effort a person puts into a goal in the first place  By developing a general level of self-confidence in yourself, you will not only believe you can succeed, but you'll also recognize and enjoy the successes you've already had.
  17. 17. POSITIVE THINKING AND POSITIVE THINKING ABOUT THE FUTURE  It's important to look at things positively, especially when things aren't going as planned and you're ready to give up.  When you expect positive results, your choices will be more positive, and you'll be less likely to leave outcomes to fate or chance
  18. 18. FOCUS AND STRONG GOALS  These give you focus, a clear sense of direction, and the self-confidence that comes from recognizing your own achievement.  When you set a goal, you make a promise to yourself.
  19. 19. MOTIVATING ENVIRONMENT  It is surrounding yourself with people and resources that will remind you of your goals, and help you with your internal motivation.
  20. 20. THANK YOU FOR LISTENING TO ME

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