Chapter Seven Motivation in Teaching and Learning 7a ii). Identify Maslow hierarchy of needs and relate them to education Maslow has argued that human being function in a hierarchy of needs which must be satisfied for their wellbeing. The first four levels of needs are called deficiency needs because when these needs are not met, … More Instructional Methods: How do you explain the Maslow’s hierachy of needs?
7b) i). Explain different types of motivation using examples from the field of education There are different types of motivation according to human behavior: Intrinsic motivation: it is the motivation that stems from reinforcers that are inherent in the activity being performed. The learner (actor) enjoys the activity being performed. The learner (actor) enjoys the activity … More Instructional Methods: What are the different types of motivation and how can I differentiate them?
Chapter Seven Motivation in Teaching and Learning 7bii). Explain factors which affect student’s motivation. Desire for teacher and peer approval: the students need the approval of those who matter to them, parents inclusive. This approval gives them a measure of personal worthiness and this increases their level of motivation. They strive to succeed in … More Instructional Methods: What are the factors that affect student motivation?
Chapter Seven Motivation in Teaching and Learning 7b iii). State the importance of motivation It is important to motivate the learners because motivation: Inculcates interest and enjoyment in the learning process; Arouses the learners’ curiosity; Creates in the learners the desire to learn more; Makes the learners anxious to learn;. Sustains the learner’s attention throughout … More Instructional Methods: What is the importance of Motivation?
Chapter Seven Motivation in Teaching and Learning 7 b iv).Discuss how a teacher can motivate and sustain the learner’s attention in a learning situation. How does the teacher motivate or/and sustain the learner’s attention in a learning situation? The teacher paying attention to the classroom physical appearance, e.g. making it neat, pleasant, comfortable, bright, … More Instructional methods: How does the teacher motivate and sustain the learner’s attention in a learning situation?