As discussed previously, effective lesson planning can have a positive effect on the motivation on a teacher. This is certainly the case for effective planning in the workplace. It also aids in satisfaction. Although the lesson plan’s primary objective is to improve the overall quality of teaching to benefit students, this also improves teacher motivation and development. This is achieved through using the lesson plan as a permanent record of lessons taught.
The theory explains how an individual gathered knowledge from the experiences he/she encounters and how these experiences transform into knowledge. This theory gives emphasize that different experiences of people can create different knowledge which can be use in their daily lives. Theoretical Knowledge Vs. Practical Knowledge Education plays important role in order for an individual to survive in everyday life. However knowledge came from two way; theoretical knowledge and practical knowledge.
Self efficacy plays an important role in the development of this. If an individual is approaching a situation believing that they posses the correct emotional skills to succeed in that situation then they have a greater chance of succeeding, or if they fail then they will learn from the situation. Additionally, social and emotional intelligence are crucial for interactions with peers. Peer to peer interactions are very beneficial in cognitive development. They help you learn emotional intelligence, conversational skills that enhance language, friendship and sometimes even how to acquire knowledge.
Motivation is the force that pushes us to do things: It is a result of everyone needs being satisfied so that employees have the inspiration and ability to complete the respective task given. So will employees be motivated and perform to their capability by giving them good welfares, benefits and money? Money makes the world go round, it can be considered as an engine to push human’s limits but peers motivation and intrinsic desire to a good job are the real motivators in today’s workplace. Intrinsic and extrinsic motivation There are two types of motivation, intrinsic or extrinsic. Intrinsic motivation being employees are interested on the work because it is personally interesting, rewarding, challenging.
They are able to reach awareness and control of their behaviors. Followed by controlling and regulating their own thoughts and feelings. Gratitude is linked with having a sense of abundance and tendency to notice and appreciate the contribution of others (Carlson, Erguner-Tekinalp, & Hamm, 2016). By applying the Adlerian counseling method, students are allowed to experience life as a good life, a meaningful life, and a joyful life. Students who suffer from depression may be able to find a way to overcome those negative thought and can enjoy life.
Formal learning takes place during planned, structured, instructor-led courses and programmes that are often institutionally based. It is often related to some form of education and training. The participation in a publicly organised BCM or an in-house BCM training course is such examples. Comparing to formal learning (Hicks et al., 2007), informal learning allows learners to have better control of their learning. This form of learning usually happens outside the classroom.
Promoting a Coaching friendly context environment where managers and employees can share information and learn from each other openly. People in a coaching-friendly context naturally and informally reflect on their actions, discuss their problems and goals, and ask for feedback and advice (Hunt and Weintraub 2015). However, in a coaching friendly context, according to Hunt and Weintraub (2015), mistakes are opportunities for learning. Therefore, this coaching technique is quite beneficial to both the manager and employees. Thus employees who are typically afraid of making mistakes, will be more productive in this environment.
As online learning increases, the characteristic of being a more autonomous learner becomes a more desirable and helpful trait. This is due to the amount of freedom and control the learner experiences with regard to the place, time, materials, when, content , and especially the strategy to study (Cunningham & Billingsley, 2003). A part of what makes an autonomous learner successful is the influence of their self-regulation abilities. Several researchers have explored the connection between self-regulation and the academic performance in traditional face-to-face classrooms (e.g. Zimmerman, 1998; Kramarski & Gutman, 2006; Kramarski & Mizarachi, 2006).
In this context, readiness refers to the employees ' ability and willingness in directing their behavior towards the task at hand. Ability defines the knowledge, skills and experience of followers whereas willingness the confidence, motivation and commitment possessed by the followers. Therefore, situational model of leadership revolves about the task and relationship behaviors provided by the leader and the follower readiness (Thompson, and
STRESS, SELF-DETERMINATION AND MOTIVATION TO WORK: HOW PERSONALITY TRAITS AND STRESS AFFECTS SELF-DETERMINATION AND MOTIVATION TO WORK MARIE CECILIA SANTOS ABSTRACT: Motivation is the force that naturally drives people to act. This can be motivation coming from external factors such as grades, reputation, parent’s opinions and the like. On the other hand, it can also be motivation coming from within. These may be principles, interests and values. Also, rewards and feedback play a role in an individual’s motivation.