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human environmental factors affecting motivation

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April jan Llamas

on 2 February 2015

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Transcript of human environmental factors affecting motivation

If environment is defined as the sum total of one's surroundings then environmental factors that effect students' motivation include human as well as non-human factors.

The immediate human factors that surround the learner are the teachers, the other students and his/her parents.
Fairness and respect-These are shown in specific behaviors like:

- treating students as people

-practicing gender, racial and ethnic fairness

-provbiding students with opportunities for them to participate and to succeed
Social interactions with students -The specific behaviors of a facilitative social interaction are:
- Working with students not for the students
-interacting productively by giving students responsibility and respect
-having of sense of humor and willing to share jokes
-allowing students to participate in decision making
Enthusiasm and motivation for learning shown in:
-setting high standards
-assigning appropriate challenges
-encouraging students to be responsible for their own learning
-providing reinforcement and encouragement during tasks
Attitude toward the teaching profession
- serving as an example of a lifelong learner to his/her students and colleagues
-working collaboratively with colleagues and other staff
-helping students succeed by using differentiated instruction
teacher's affective traits
Be grateful to those who were not not as motivating and inspiring, in a way , they also helped you become better person in the sense that you strived to become better than them. (James H. Stronge, 2002):

Caring- Specific attributes that show caring are:
-sympathetic listening to students not only about life inside the classroom but more about students' lives in general.

-understanding of students' questions and concerns.

-knowing students individually, their likes and dislikes, and personal situations affecting behavior and performance.
human environmental factors affecting motivation
Positive expectations of students manifested in:
-striving to make all students feel competent
-having high personal teaching efficacy shown in their belief that they can cause all students learn
Reflective practice:
-reviewing and thinking on his/her teaching process
-eliciting feedback from othes in the interest ot teaching and learning
Classmates- bullying and the need to belong
Students from part of the human environment of the learner. in fact, they far outnumber the teachers in the learning environment.

The need to belong is a basic human need.
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