The importance of intrinsic and extrinsic teachers' motivation in the teaching learning process

Cortes Colocho, Clarisa Antonieta (2009) The importance of intrinsic and extrinsic teachers' motivation in the teaching learning process. Bachelor thesis, Universidad de El Salvador.


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Motivation is a very important factor in every human’s life aspects. Motivation is what moves, incentives, or encourages a person to do something or achieve a specific goal. There are two actors involved in the Teaching-Learning Process: the teacher and the student. Both need motivation and both are important when instruction is delivered. However, this research was based on the importance of teachers’ motivation in the Teaching –Learning Process, since they are in charge of creating activities and setting up conditions that lead to succeed in instruction. Teachers’ motivation is important because they are the ones in charge of administering instruction to their students. They are in charge of motivating their students every day; they help them shape their future because of the influence teachers may have in students’ development. It can be stated that even when both actors have to be motivated, there is one that should be motivated for both and that one should be the teacher. Being a teacher is a matter of having that inside “calling” that makes you wake up every day and feel eager to teach your students, to help students who have troubles understanding any structure. Being a teacher means to have motivation to walk into a classroom and develop a topic in the best possible way in order to get a successful Teaching-Learning Process and feel proud not only of your students but also of yourself.

Item Type: Thesis (Bachelor)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Enseñanza del idioma inglés
Subjects: 400 Lenguas > 420 Inglés e inglés antiguo
Divisions: Facultad de Ciencias y Humanidades > Licenciatura en Idioma Inglés Opción Enseñanza
Depositing User: Santos Sanchez Rodriguez
Date Deposited: 25 Jul 2018 15:26
Last Modified: 25 Jul 2018 15:28

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