In education, motivation has a significant impact on learners’ performance. So, early childhood educators should understand five motivators for early childhood education studies. Let’s find out more about these motivators.
Kids tend to do better when there is a good curriculum structure. So, classes should work based on a structure and curriculum as it gives them a sense of security. So, early childhood educators should prepare materials in advance for proper curriculum structure.
If a student dislikes a teacher, it can demotivate the kid. Similarly, if you use humiliating or derogatory language, you may lower the student’s motivation. By contrast, encouragement, positive feedback, optimism, and kindness can reduce students’ motivation.
Early childhood educators can motivate students by trying out different teaching methods. The idea is to create diversity and prevent boredom. Having different teaching methods is essential as each kid has different needs.
Some parental habits may affect kids’ motivation, especially intrinsic motivation. Therefore, parents should show interest in their kids’ learning stuff, inquire about their day at, list actively, and attend parent meetings.
Just like classroom security, kids should also feel secure at home. Family disruptions and conflicts may lead to poor academic performance.
So, these are five motivators for early childhood education studies.