Aspects of Students Motivation for the Didactic Career

doi>10.24250/JPE/1/2020/ACC

  • Adela CÎNDEA West University in Timişoara
Keywords: didactic career, motivation in choosing the didactic career, students of the Psychological-Pedagogical Training program.

Abstract

The paper refers to the  motivational  aspects  that determine students of the 1st and 2nd level of the  Psychological-Pedagogical  Teacher Training Programme at the West University  of  Timișoara,  Romania,  in  choosing the didactic career. The sample on which the research has been done is constituted of 100 students, 50 following the 1st level of study and 50 the 2nd one.

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Published
2020-04-23