The Motivation Model of Studying the Personality

This paper analyzes the impact of motivation on learning and students’ success. Up to date there is no unanimous and clear theoretical view on the motivation phenomenon. The paper considers several approaches to determine motivation and its components. We propose the concept of adaptive e-learning based on the analysis of approaches combining practical advice of Keller’s model and presentation of educational material, given the current psychoemotional state of each student. Also, we apply the model that uses motivational components in the construction of the trajectory of adaptive e-learning. Using a siple test this model allows determining the current psychoemotional state of the student. This test encourages a student to perform tasks which are currently of high priority. It helps creating more comfortable individual conditions for every student’s learning. Moreover, overall performance is improved because students take exams and carry out tests only when they are emotionally prepared for them and thus show better results.

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