How to Motivate the Students through the Communication

Gentjana Panxhi

Abstract


The primary objective of this paper is to identify how much is the influence of the communication in the results of school teacher. Considering the communication as a part and parcel of not only the personal lives of people , but also of the professional, formative, and educational processes, etc ... It is necessary to stress that the study and the observation of communication is an important element of the educational process. Not only in its use of different techniques, but also as an important means to encourage and motivate the students to achieve the best results not only cognitive , but also affective ones. But is it possible to motivate someone to do something or to achieve the highest possible results? And everyone who is and feels responsible for the good of others has surely asked that question to himself. Although the motivation is an inner pressure that each one must find inside himself or herself , however, it is possible to help a student to find the right stimulation (pressure) to attain the highest possible results. But words alone cannot be enough to stimulate encouraging, ways of organizing in a more motivational or communication way. We must first recognize and analyze types (styles) of thinking and learning at each of the students to motivate each of them in the most optimal way possible. The motivational communication should serve to find a vision, and also to give that vision stimulating and encouraging the students to achieve the appropriate objectives.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2013.v4n11p499


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