Motivation and its importance in the classroom learning process and teaching
Keywords:importance, knowledge, learning, motivation, strategy
This article aims to analyze the motivation and importance in the teaching-learning process for students and teachers, as well as how the interrelation of meaningful learning between the educational that imparts knowledge-generating to stimulate their classes and students who can explore, investigate, learn, and new skills through the motivation provided by the educational setting. The research is qualitative and describes theoretical content, guided by the deductive-inductive method, using references from journals, bibliographies. The result is motivation as a power in students, managing techniques, and methodological strategies to achieve their goals. Motivational techniques should be increased educationally and with the benefit of learning for students, so that they generate values and demands in their knowledge, interest in the skills that they manage to develop during education. Teachers must positively provide greater motivation in the students inside and outside the learning context giving productivity to the educational environment and at the same time strengthening the values in their teaching.
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