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Type of publication: research article
Type of publication (PDB): Straipsnis kituose recenzuojamuose leidiniuose / Article in other peer-reviewed editions (S5)
Field of Science: Edukologija / Education (S007)
Author(s): Mielkuvienė, Birutė;Gudavičiūtė, Diana;Švolkienė, Jadvyga
Title: Mokinių mokymo(si) motyvacija ir jos skatinimas technologijų pamokose
Other Title: Studens motivation to learn and its encouragement in technology classes
Is part of: Technologinio ugdymo aktualijos : mokslinių straipsnių rinkinys / Lietuvos edukologijos universitetas. Gamtos mokslų fakultetas. Technologinio ugdymo katedra ; [sudarytojos Manefa Miškinienė, Birutė Žygaitienė]. Vilnius : Edukologija, 2012
Extent: P. 32-41
Date: 2012
Keywords: Motyvacija;Skatinimas;Technologijos;Motivation;Encouragement;Technology
ISBN: 9789955207382
Abstract: Research objective – to examine the viewpoints of students, their parents and teachers on the problem of lack of motivation to learn and to determine the factors which encourage learning. Research results showed that students' reluctance to learn is one of the most relevant problems in schools. The main reasons for the reluctance to learn are laziness, low effort put into the learning process, mismatch between students' expectations and the learning curriculum, perception that what is taught in schools will not be useful in the future, unwillingness to learn due to little success in the process and low grades, etc. The research showed that motivation is related to the development of students' competencies and their learning results. There are many ways to encourage students' motivation to learn in schools. Proper assessment of students' work has a high impact on their approach to learning. The following conclusion are made: Students' attitude towards learning is very diverse - 28 % of eleventh year students and 27 % of twelfth year students have no willingness to learn. Main reasons for it are: laziness and mismatch between study programs and students expectations, i.e. students do not believe that what they learn will be useful in their future. Using active methods of teaching / learning an increase in students' grade average was achieved. It was assessed that 86 % of students like creative tasks, 83 % of students fancy case work and 78 % of students like group work. Interviews with students and analysis of research results showed that active teaching / learning methods stimulate students' motivation and encourage their learning process
Affiliation(s): Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas
Švietimo akademija
Appears in Collections:Universiteto mokslo publikacijos / University Research Publications

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