Christians enriched Roman theology and art through cultural interactions. Culture was dramatically changed due to the transformation of religion to Christianity. Emperors constructed many new temples in honor of Christianity. The architecture puts a greater emphasis on the interior and the meaningful visuals instead of the exterior like they used to do. Churches provided social services like schooling and medical care.
William James (2014) shaped a record of human instincts such as thing as attachment, play, shame, anger, fear, shyness, modesty and love but there’s a problem in this theory which is this theory didn’t really clarify the behavior and it is just only described. There is also another theory of motivation which is the incentive theory of motivation that is divide in to two category which are the intrinsic and extrinsic motivation, first is the intrinsic motivation which is you do a certain thing because you want to seek out new things and new challenges. It is determined by an interest or satisfaction in the task itself. The second one is the extrinsic motivation obviously it refers to the incentive that the person that will get after doing a tasks they are motivated to do things because they know at the end of the day they will get a reward. Like in school, students study hard because they know after the semester of their hard work would be paid off.
Although it is taught in christianity that god will hear you when you pray to him no matter where you are, some individuals may feel a strengthened connection to God when they choose to pray or reflect on their own lives inside a church as opposed to somewhere else such as a workplace or home environment. Relevance of the sacred space to the community A sacred space can play an integral role in community direction and development. A sacred space allows a community to come together to express their need of spiritual nourishment. The sacred space of the church can help an individual connect to a place of belonging, and this bolonging is what creates a community. When all these people feel the the same connection and sense of belonging to this church they gain direction, in relevance to not only their own lives, but direction towards God and how to live as God wants them to.
This a class held on to teach children about Christianity. Since I grew up in the Catholic faith I went to Catholic Primary school have I experienced the Roman Catholic indoctrination. They had a lot of stories about angels and they told us all the stories, Adam and Eve, Noah 's Ark and much more. They also taught me to accept other people 's religious beliefs. The Catholic faith made me into the person I am today as it guides me in determining what is right and wrong as well as it helps me build meaningful relationships.
If educators can find ways to support autonomous motivation in the delivery of instruction, then optimal learning can be achieved (Niemiec & Ryan, 2009). Deci and Ryan (2000) postulate that an individual needs intrinsic motivation as well as three intrinsic psychological needs in order to initiate these behaviours and maintain good psychological well-being and self-determination (as cited by Niemiec & Ryan 2009). These universal needs are autonomy, competence, and relatedness. These components together form the self-determination model which emphasizes supporting student autonomy in order to achieve positive learning outcomes. Intrinsic motivation refers to behaviours done in the absence of external impetus that are inherently interesting and
Background of the Study This chapter describes the importance of the Roman Catholic Church and how the Catholic teachings made an impact in the Filipino lives; thus emphasizing the significance of attending Church masses to hear and participate in various religious and liturgical practices. The researcher aims to put greater value on the quality of church setting more than the quantity thus communicates a representation of glory, of heaven, and of God; and an affective nature of physical space upon the art and act of worship to create a better worship experience among the users/participants. In the Philippines, and in many other nations, religion is considered not only restricted as to one’s spiritual relationship with God, but also as a way of life. The religious orders were responsible for founding
Motivation Motivation in other words can be described as a will or being dedicated to focus on achieving a certain goal/objective with a person’s inner drive or with outside factors. Which is basically called Intrinsic and Extrinsic motivation. Intrinsic motivation comes from within a person. For example an intrinsic motivation of mine could be to perfect my back-to-back turn in swimming as I am not that good at it and also as it helps to reduce the time wasted when moving on to the next length. Other examples of this type of motivation are; having pride in performing a certain skill, the desire to overcome a certain task, desire to overcome a problem, etc.
This theory talks about two kinds of goals, one known as Mastery Goal, which is a result of intrinsic motivation and the other called Ego goal, which is a result of, extrinsic motivation. Intrinsic motivation and extrinsic motivation are explained by Urdan & Schoenfelder (2006). Intrinsic motivation comes from within and causes a person to be self determined and focused on achieving the goal. Extrinsic motivation is influenced by external factors, such a rewards, punishments, and encouragement from those around. I feel that intrinsic motivation is the driver for sustained focus.
In subsequent developments, contemporary theories of motivation (including above Self Determination Theory) try to contribute in a different previous approaches. As part of six mini theories of SDT, basic assumption of the Cognitive Evaluation Theory have proposition which is different with Maslow’s theory that lower-order need theory need to be fulfilled firstly, than higher order needs. In CET, it is simply saying that people are interested in, and enjoy, what they are doing. In social psychological term, people are said that they have intrinsic motivation when they do an activity for its own sake, rather than for any extrinsic reward (Deci, 1975). For example, if people play games, draw painting, solve puzzles for no obvious external reason,
Intrinsically motivated behavior as defined by Deci & Ryan, (1985) in Anghelcev & Eighmey (2013) is performed for no other reasons than for the sake of behavior and no external rewards. Learners engage in such behaviors have a feeling of competence and perceive the cause of their behavior to be internally motivated. This promotes the sense of satisfaction and self-determination. On the other hand, students who are intrinsically motivated have a goal to attain their objectives and push themselves to aim without reward as cited by Haider, et. al.,