Increasing The Level Of Formation Of Educational Motivation And Independence Of Students


Interest in learning activities and in the learning process itself, understanding of the learning material can only be formed by using active, creative teaching methods. The research considers the use of practice-oriented tasks in teaching disciplines of the natural science cycle. In order to form and activate the interest of students in the study of natural sciences, it is necessary to model production problem situations that are solved with the help of universal educational actions obtained in the classroom The study distinguished two personal qualities of students, which prevail over others when considering the learning process; they are educational motivation and cognitive independence. It is necessary not only to form these qualities, but also to activate them in every possible way in the learning process for the successful mastering of knowledge and skills that will be useful to the future specialist in his professional activities. The results of the study confirmed that the use of practice-oriented tasks in the study of the disciplines of the natural science cycle has a positive effect on the formation and activation of students' learning motivation and it contributes to an increase in the level of the cognitive independence in training future specialists, that are necessary for the development of modern agricultural production. This fact will allow solving many personnel problems in the agro-industrial complex in the future.

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Filipovich, L. А. (2022). Increasing The Level Of Formation Of Educational Motivation And Independence Of Students. In & I. Savchenko (Ed.), Freedom and Responsibility in Pivotal Times, vol 125. European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences (pp. 1144-1153). European Publisher.