Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Motivation

Development of professional competence in future teachers in the study of special disciplines

Khasanov Muzaffar Sadikovich

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 1, Pages 763-774

The substantiation of the content of education is one of the most important and traditional problems of didactics. Taking into account the social essence and pedagogical affiliation of the educational content, it can be defined as a pedagogical model of a social order addressed to the educational system. This model has a multilevel hierarchical structure. At the highest level - the level of general theoretical representation, the content of education is fixed in the form of generalized systemic knowledge about the composition, elements, structure and functions of social experience transmitted to students. At the level of the academic subject, an understanding of the individual parts of the content that carry specific functions in education is developed. Therefore, approaches to solving the problem of the content of education depend on the social order, the goals of education and training

Development of social responsibility among students of pedagogical universities

Uzakov Akram Avazovich

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 1, Pages 640-651

The article discusses the definition of responsibility, defines the structure and its components. And also an analysis of the works of specific authors on the problem of responsibility, a variety of approaches and the ambiguity of the characteristics of this category. The functions of responsibility are considered: sense-forming, normative-regulating, directing, coordinating and mechanisms of perception of responsibility, a heuristic mechanism, an evaluative mechanism, a mechanism of due attitude, a reference mechanism, a motivational mechanism - a mechanism of self-control. Cognitive, motivational, volitional, activity-based components are considered

Self Regulated Learning Strategies Of Higher Education Students

Dr. Vijay Kumar; Dr. Jyoti Gupta

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 6283-6294

The present study was aimed to study the significant differences in self-regulated learning strategies of higher education students at post graduate level with respect to the program of study. Five hundred and sixty 2nd semester students from M.Com, M.Sc. (Chemistry), M.Com, MBA and MCA were completed “Motivated Strategies for Learning Questionnaire (MSLQ)” developed by Pintrich et al. (1991). In order to study the significant differences in self-regulated learning strategies of higher education students one way ANOVA was applied and the results indicated that students of different programs viz. M.Com, M.Sc. (Chemistry), M.Com, MBA and MCA differ significantly with respect to their self regulated learning strategies.


Ramesh Ram Ramalu; Zulakbal Abd Karim; Gunathevan Elumalai

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 4016-4027

The purpose of this study is to investigate and examine the effectiveness of motivational intervention towards the performance among secondary school football athletes in Malaysia. The instrument that have been used in this study is Task and Ego Orientation in Sports Questionnaire (TEOSQ) from Goal Orientation Theory (Duda & Nicholls, 1992) and Perception of Success Questionnaire (POSQ) from Transtheoretical Model (Roberts, Treasure & Balague, 1998). The sample in this study consists of 36 school boys representing SMK (L) Methodist Kuala Lumpur and SMK Methodist Sentul football players under 15 years. These samples were divided into two groups. They are the control group which consist of 18 players (n=18) from SMK Methodist Sentul and treatment group which consist of 18 players (n=18) from SMK (L) Methodist, Kuala Lumpur. The study design that used is quasi experimental method with the pre and post-test design. The finding of the study shows that there was a significant difference (t=0.004, P<0.05) in football performance between the control and the treatment group after which the treatment group undergone 6 weeks test and observation before the real competition. Prior to this study, the finding of this research give a clear picture to the teachers and coaches to design motivation program into their coaching planning. This intervention will enhance their performance in actual meet.

Motivation To Participate In Basketball Among Undergraduate Students In Universities In Kurdistan, Iraq

Andam Hawez Baiz; Nguang Ung Siong; Zulakbal Abd Karim

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 6019-6034

The main purpose of this study is to examine undergraduate students’ motivation to participate in Basketball in universities in Kurdistan, Iraq. The participants are first year undergraduate students who study physical education course in universities in Kurdistan. In this study, survey study is used and Sport Motivation Scale (SMS) is used as research instrument to collect data from all the participants motivated by intrinsic motivation, extrinsic motivation and autonomous motivation to participate in Basketball based on gender difference and frequency of participation. There are 608 participants (441 male students and 167 female students) in this study. Mann-Whitney U test(M-W) shows significant difference in motivation to participate in Basketball among undergraduate students in Iran based on gender and frequency of participation. Intrinsic motivation toward accomplishment and extrinsic motivation such as Identified Regulation, Introjected Regulation and External Regulation strongly motivates the female students to involve in learning and improving Basketball skills and also experiencing pleasure as well as being part of exciting experiences. This study also shows that the frequency of participation among undergraduate students in Basketball is increased by extrinsic motivation (Identified Regulation, Introjected Regulation and External Regulation). Therefore, these results also clarify that motivation to participate in Basketball based on frequency of participation and gender is closely related in extrinsic motivation

Factors On Deciding TVET For First Choice Educational Journey Among Pre-Secondary School Student

Muhd Khaizer Omar; Md Abdur Rauf; Normala Ismail; Abdullah Mat Rashid; Hazwan Mohd Puad; Anis Zakaria

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 609-627

Less was known about predicting factors concerning students’ knowledge, interests, and motivation towards Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET). The study aimed to determine the relationships among pre-secondary school students’ demographic factors, knowledge possession, interest and motivation related to TVET stream and to identify the relationship between informational methods and knowledge possession, interest and motivation of students towards TVET. A quantitative descriptive study used to determine the factors contributing to student’s knowledge, interests, and motivation, which play a critical role in 64 pre-secondary school students’ choice of TVET. A questionnaire was utilized to determine the participants’ perceptions of choosing the TVET field. Descriptive and inferential statistics, including one-way ANOVA analysis, were used to analyze the data. Findings revealed that information delivery methods such as receiving information from teachers, parents, peers, internet platforms with motivation have a significant relationship for students to choose TVET. Thus, the promotion and strategy on empowering TVET is salient and developing a positive image on TVET will encourage myriad stakeholders on the importance of TVET for the nation. It is a high time to rebrand the image of vocational education as an element to train skilled human capital development.


Aniyoz Khudayberganov; Shirin Ruzmetova; Munis Kurbonov

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 2977-2987

this scientific article analyzes the significance of the
phenomenon of motivation in educational processes. It was emphasized that
one of the tasks facing modern pedagogy is to awaken motivation to acquire
knowledge among students and young people, to encourage them morally and
to attract them to new achievements. The issues of using modern pedagogical
technologies, interactive methods and methodologies were also discussed
during the training.

The Use Of Educational Technology During COVID-19 Increases The Use Of Moocs As A Training Tool In Education

Ma José Flores Tena

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 457-465

Currently universities have been transforming the teaching model, developing Information and Communications Technologies (ICT), during the period of COVID-19 free courses have been offered to expand online learning. The objective is to know whether the use of MOOC courses has increased during the pandemic period and whether it has impacted learning and online skills. The new methodologies have adapted toteaching. Online learning is helping to access educational content and offering the possibility to combine with work.
In this article, you're interested in analyzing students' reflections on online teaching versus face-to-face learning. In order to analyze student reflection, quantitative research was conducted involving 150 university students entries registered in MOOC programs; among the results it is highlighted that the use of the courses has increased during this period having a high motivation in the study. In conclusion, it is highlighted that higher education has given a response to COVID by strengthening the new skills of university teachers.


Dildora Kamalova

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 3122-3129

In this article, the author analysed the role, significance and need for the correct determination of the motive for the pre-crime abandonment based on the analysis of a judgment, and also developed scientific conclusions on this issue.

The Effect of Motivation on The Relationship Between Workplace Spirituality and Transfer of Training

Nur Amalina Mohd Rosli; Fadillah Ismail; Siti Sarawati Johar; Adibah Abdul Kadir

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 6, Pages 455-475

These days, the interest of talented laborers in Malaysia has expanded dependent on the expanded computerization and prologue to the most recent innovation for the Industrial Revolution 4.0. Accordingly, the organizations need to investigate the approaches to viably connect with their representatives and use their maximum capacity by improving positive transfer of training. Literature identified motivational factor enhances the transfer of training among employees but at the same time this factor has been influenced by workplace spirituality. However, review of literature revealed that so far, no study had been conducted between workplace spirituality towards transfer of training. This present study focused on the investigation of the relationship between workplace spirituality and the transfer of training, also the mediating effect of the motivation is investigated. To achieve the objectives of this study, a quantitative research design where the questionnaire is distributed to all the respondents involved in the “standard of procedure” training at all Al-Ikhsan’s branches in Malaysia. Further, this data is statistically tested using Statistical Packages for Social Sciences for Windows Version 25 (SPSS) for empirical investigations of the relationships between workplace spirituality, motivation and transfer of training. The results of this study confirmed mediation effect of motivation on the relationship between workplace spirituality towards transfer of training. Results of the study imply that workplace spirituality is a powerful new management concept that can be revolutionize the working environment of an organization by influencing employee performance

Formation Of A Healthy Lifestyle In Students, Improvement Of Motivation

Mannapova Nargiza Shakirovna; Pulatova Nilufar Abdusafievna; Abidova Sadoqat Abduahadovna; Karimova Nargiza Abdugafurovna; Murodova Umida Dilmurodovna

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 595-601

It is an unforgivable mistake to underestimate the role of motivation in the formation of a healthy lifestyle, to look at it as an insignificant issue, to ignore the requirements in this regard. Focusing on some of the technological challenges of shaping lifestyles, it is important to note that science cannot rely on a flow of science-based information to find solutions to existing problems, both in science and in the process of shaping a healthy lifestyle. Motivation is based on the fact that people need to work hard to ensure their health, which is an important vital need, and not to leave it in the clutches of fate and the vortex of life.

Impact of Inducing Motivational Factors towards Entrepreneurial Intention among college students in Chennai

Dr.P. Sankar

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 890-895

Entrepreneurs are contributing a lot for the economic and social development of
each country of world. The intention of students towards entrepreneurship has become an
interesting topic. Many studies have been conducted to find out major motivations for
gearing towards entrepreneurship and to examine how inclination for self employment can
be created. Today, universities are playing leading role for the development of
entrepreneurship culture, and nurture some necessary entrepreneurial skills and behavior
to take on business in upcoming life. The aim of this study is to examine the motivational
factors that contribute for adoption of entrepreneurial career.

Impact Of Robotics On The Motivation And Socio-Affectivity Of Secondary School Students

María José Flores Tena; Hikmat Almadhkhori; Yolanda Deocano Ruiz

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 97-103

There is broad consideration that ICT is a resource that promotes more meaningful learning, allowing students to acquire a set of skills considered key. These competencies allow him to face new challenges and solve difficulties both associated with the educational process and the context in which this student is located, making him more able to adapt the knowledge, skills and values acquired to reality. This article raises this issue by emphasizing the potentials of ICT in the classroom, in particular robotics, for both teachers and students. This means accepting that ICT has made changes to classroom interaction but, above all, in the methodology that vertebrates the teaching-learning process.
The main objective of this study is to know whether the motivation and interest of students is increased when using robotics in the classroom as a technique integrated into active methodologies focused on digital use and management while knowing more positive socio-affective relationships are established between students.
The methodological process adopted in the study responds to the quantitative paradigm. A sample of 150 secondary school students was used, who were given a questionnaire to learn about their perception of the use of educational robotics. The results have shown how the use of robotics increases motivation in the teaching-learning process and how the relationships between students have acquired positive value.
The results of the study also allow for a broader reflection of the educational community on an issue of interest to adapt teaching-learning processes to current needs: does the implementation of robotics in the teaching-learning process facilitate student training in different areas of knowledge and promote mechanisms that increase motivation?