CTET (Central Teacher Eligibility Test) Paper-II Child-Development & Pedagogy Learning and Pedagogy-Motivation Revision (Page 3 of 5)

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Humanistic Theory of Motivation

These theories reflect the cognitive approach in humans which motivates them to perform certain tasks. Abraham Maslow’s theory is the best example of it. In that theory, Maslow states that a human is initially motivated to fulfill lower order needs of food, shelter and security. Later on, when he satisfies these biological needs, he is motivated to satisfy higher order needs of self-realization as well as social and esteem needs.

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How motivation affects learning and behavior?

  • What role motivation plays in general life of human being, the same role is played in learning and behavior pattern of a child. A child is motivated to perform actions and tasks consistently in a particular direction to achieve his goal. It can be said that motivation is present in all human beings. All of us are motivated in one or other manner. Some students may be motivated to study well and achieve career goal, others may be motivated to develop social relations, some others may

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