The development of pupils` motivation for musical education by the means of pedagogical innovation
AbstractThe article deals with the scientists` position touching the problem of developing pupils` positive motivation, in particular for musical activity. Scientific literature on this subject has been analyzed. The content of concept of «motivation», «positive motivation» has been revealed. It`s worth mentioning that motivation in scientific researches is considered as the inner condition of organism, which stimulus it to behave in a very particular way as psychologically regulating mechanism, which puts the personal behavioral motion and directs it achieving a definite goal. It is determined that the essence of phenomenon of pupils` positive motivation for musical activity, that is understood as personal integrated education, characterized as a system of interrelated subordinated reasons which motivate pupils to creative activity and the independence in achieving their goals and receiving definite results in the process of education. The author accents attention on modern educational paradigm, which promotes its` own conditions and demands innovational methods in educational process. Innovational methods should be used by the teachers. Just exactly, the use for innovational methods can provide the unity of educational and developing functions. It is underlined that one of the most effective way of improving of pupils` positive motivation is the innovation in pedagogical sphere, the progressive changes, which make alterations into educational sphere, insert stable elements (innovation), and make better characteristics their separate components and educational system in general. The author touches upon the methods of developing of mentioned above problem, which included project activity, the creation of multimedia presentation and knowledge maps, computer quests.
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