Posts Tagged ‘Motivation’

Crisis? What crisis?

The teaching of Science is in crisis- is stated several times by several people. The EU and the US are starting project after project to solve the problem, the programs (like the ones collected on the Scientix portal) mostly try to popularize the study of Science and scientific careers,...

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From Theory To Practice: The Power of Motivation

Students motivation has to do with their natural desire to participate in the learning process. It also concerns the reasons that underlie their involvement or non-involvement in different activities. Students can be equally motivated but for very different reasons. Today, teaching is still understood, in most cases, like a process of pouring down information...