Online ISSN: 1989-9572

Keywords : motivation

Professional Communication Strategies in the Design Process of an Open Education Tutor

Zolotykhin Sergey Alexandrovich; Mashkina Natalya Pavlovna; Sinkevich Konstantin Mikhailovich; Laktionov Viktor Viktorovich

Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, 2021, Volume 12, Issue 1, Pages 48-56
DOI: 10.47750/jett.2021.12.01.006

The article describes the professional communication strategies in the design activities of an open education tutor and the process of mastering these strategies. This process is based on the close relationship between the tutor's professional-oriented goals and his/her design levels in open education. Communication strategies allow the tutor to implement successfully professional activities in open education. Nowadays the problem of tutors’ mastering the professional communication strategies is very relevant due to the increasing opportunities of open education.
The article presents the progress and results of the experimental work on the testing of the effectiveness of the proposed model of mastering the professional communication strategies by open education tutors. This model is aimed at developing communication skills in the process of their professional activity. In particular, the model is thought to achieve the necessary level of motivation for mastering the professional communication strategies in open education.
The article presents the results of experimental work processed by methods of mathematical statistics. The results presented in the paper confirm the proposed provisions.

Increasing Motivation of Primary School Pupils’ Studying

Viktoriia I. Prokopchuk; Iryna Revenko; Yuliya M. Demchenko; Olga B. Blaga; Vitaliia V. Tarasova

Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, 2020, Volume 11, Issue 1, Pages 19-29
DOI: DOI: 10.47750/jett.2020.11.01.003

The scientific investigation reveals the topic of increasing the motivation of primary school pupils’ studying, which is relevant today and requires careful study. Data from the Institute of Educational Analytics, the German Internet Portal of statistics Statista, the World Bank and the international organization World Population Review have been used in the context of solving the problem of increasing motivation of primary school pupils’ studying in in Ukraine and Germany. The processing of statistics requires the use of methods of theoretical substantiation, analysis and comparison in the study. According to the World Bank’s education quality rating, Germany was ranked as one of the best countries with a high level of education quality in 2015-2017, and Ukraine ranked the 54th and the 56th places respectively. It has been found that today both in Germany and Ukraine an improvement of pupils’ studying at school is observed, it has been found that in the period of 2016-2018 the number of elementary schools in Ukraine decreased sharply, in Germany during 2008-2018 it has been a similar situation. The results of the series of studies have shown the presence in the practice of the activities of educators, psychologists and scientists, specializing in the study of this issue, a significant number of available and potential ways for increasing motivation. It has been studied the reasons for the learning motivation decrease and the factors influencing it, as well as five levels of learning motivation in primary school. In author’s opinion, the ARCS model is relevant nowadays, because it focuses on the motivational aspects of the educational environment and includes four components of motivation. It has been proved, that it is necessary to provide the innovative teaching methods in Ukrainian school during evaluation process. IT programs, that can improve the learning process and increase motivation in primary education has been presented.

Motivation in dance education: analysis of self-determination theory

Delia Ibáñez Granados, Manuel Fernández Cruz

Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, 2014, Volume 5, Issue 1, Pages 124-138

This paper addresses an analysis of self-determined motivation level students having dance: classical dance, modern dance, Belly Dancing and Ballroom, taught at the School of Music and Dance Ogíjares (Granada), attending age and the group to which they belong. By applying a questionnaire translated into Castilian by Moreno, Cervello, and Martinez (2007) instrument called Behavioral Regulation in Exercise Questionnaire-2 (BREQ-2: Markland and Tobin, 2004), with different items adapted to the field of dance. Building on the conceptualization of different minitheories that form the TAD (Self-determination theory), since motivation is an important factor in the
education of dance.