Course Code - PSYC102 Motivational Impact Upon Educational Areas
In the modern era, the educational system has completely reformed and technically advanced tools have been started to use. The main focus of this study is to present my experience regarding motivation. Whether any serious change took place because of motivational influence. Motivational influence upon the educational sector has been projected in this study. The new perspectives are listed out and projected along with a presentation of all new information.
I have observed that motivational factors work best for the betterment of the quality of study and I also try to apply them in real life as well. Flipped Classroom learning is a new way of learning and I also noticed that its applicability has increased a lot. This learning method is successful because of the applicability of digital methods rather than only depending on the textbooks. The method focuses more on in-depth learning. I observed the transformation of students by applying this method very closely and from this, I learned a lot about this. Undoubtedly it can be termed as a motivational tool.
The speculative structure of Flipped learning helps with keeping an eye on the way that the FC model is predominantly applied to open the substance of an assessment. The possibility of motivation is fascinating considering the way that it direct impacts the size of the lead. Likewise, the attitude of the understudy is furthermore influenced by this thought. The educators can without a lot of a stretch make the detachment among convinced and non - impelled understudies depending on the introduction (Oraif, 2018). The online instructive program structure is totally modified and this is the need of capable learning. The learning condition is another critical factor. Understudy satisfaction is one of a kind and one critical figure present this is correspondence.
The level of understudy satisfaction has been attempted similarly as FC condition. Also, it might be furthermore referenced that there are various components during on the web and eye to eye classes which are applied to recognize the effect of the equal. The online instructive program is modified and this can be isolated from the standard strategy for learning. The electronic learning process is impressively increasingly individual and it complements the criticalness of motivation in the learning. Using development in a learning circumstance has the two inclinations and shortcomings. Right now, the FC model understudy lead has been watched out for first. The understudies need to watch address accounts. This was extra work which must be done by the understudies. In an all out learning condition, the impact of motivation has been attempted which is used by the FC model. This article helps with understanding that motivation and learning the two works simultaneously in a learning stage.
Summarisation of main points
The theoretical framework of Flipped learning helps to address the fact that the FC model is mainly applied to open the content of a study. The concept of motivation is unique because it directly affects the magnitude of the behaviour. Moreover, the attitude of the learner is also influenced by this concept. The teachers can easily make the differentiation among motivated and non -motivated students depending upon the performance (Oraif, 2018). The online curriculum structure is fully automatic and this is the priority of efficient learning. The learning environment is another important factor. Student satisfaction is different and one important factor present in this is interaction. The level of student satisfaction has been tested in terms of FC environment. Moreover, it can be also mentioned that there are many factors during online and face-to-face classes which are applied to detect the effect of the same. The online curriculum is automatic and this can be differentiated from the traditional mode of learning. The online learning process is much more individual and it emphasises the importance of motivation in the learning. Using technology in a learning environment has both advantages and disadvantages. Therefore, under the FC model student behaviour has been addressed first. The students need to watch lecture videos. This was extra work which had to be done by the students. In a complete learning environment, the impact of motivation has been tested which is used by the FC model. This article helps to understand that motivation and learning both works simultaneously in a learning stage.
Another article is about Gamification learning. This is a tool used in online learning classes. Traditional teaching methodologies are considered as functional procedures which are concentrated upon setting the skills of knowledge in isolation.
Figure 1: Representation of Motivational Spectrum
(Source: Ancliff & Kang, 2017)
The modern methodology always looks for something different for implementing and achieving the goal. The basic difference between the traditional and modern approach is the adaptation of the process. The traditional learning system is completely dependent upon memorising along with maintenance of rare expectations. On the other hand, the modern method believes in a concept-based approach. Listening, speaking, reading and writing are core areas of traditional learning method which is not sufficient as per modern learning approach. Some additional factors are required to be added up. Human-Computer Interaction is an important factor here. The gamified grading platform method has been used to complete the modern approach. There are massive online courses offered to provide the best learning experience to the students (Ancliff & Kang, 2017). 2000 XP has been accumulated to make the quality of learning better. One simple tool has been developed and the first activity of that tool is to maintain a report at a formatted attendance list. Different observation fields are also created to have a clear idea of the learning experience of the students.
New perspectives gained
The first article helps to address that students are highly satisfied with the quality of the FC model and its performance (Oraif, 2018). The concentration is on improving knowledge and skills. Not only that, but this method also works excellently to increase the competency level of the students at the same time.
In the second article video games and different gaming, aspects are tested and this helps to gain insight about behavioural patterns. The social-psychological contribution has been also able to be addressed from this study. Along with this, the reputation systems of gamified applications along with economically inspired approaches have been also addressed in this study.
New information gained
The efficiency of the FC model could be increased by providing accurate instruction to the students. The technical acceptance of this concept is high enough. Moreover, the dependency level upon social media is very high for this model (Oraif, 2018). This is dependent upon YouTube and other popular social media sites. Self-efficiency upon the sub factor is also very high for this model. The reflecting thinking activity has been updated with the help of this method. It is also important to mention that there is a possibility that FC courses could be revealed by planning studies about the teachers conducting FC courses.
A set of simple tools has been prepared in the Gamified learning model. This helps to increase student proficiency in the class (Ancliff & Kang, 2017). ADA dataset has been used under this method to bring innovation in the learning experience and similarly works as a motivator.
The initial concentration of this topic-based journal is to present the overall review. This study helps to address that proper fundamental idea of motivation gives appropriate and correct utilisation in terms of the future. The impact of FC learning and its role upon motivation building has been addressed in this study. Gamified learning and the in class-based learning abilities will be very well maintained under this circumstance which could be affecting the idea and the knowledge that has been applied under the perceptual status. It is important to mention that the overall experience is much better because the new information which has been derived from these journals have been very well demonstrated in terms of future consequences.
Ancliff, M., & Kang, A. (2017). Flipping an EMI physics class: Implications of student motivation and learning strategies for the design of course contents. International Journal of Contents, 13(4).
Oraif, I. M. K. (2018). An Investigation Into the Impact of the Flipped Classroom on Intrinsic Motivation (IM) and Learning Outcomes on an EFL Writing Course at a University in Saudi Arabia Based on Self-determination Theory (SDT) (Doctoral dissertation, University of Leicester)