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Minat, Motivasi dan Kemahiran Mengajar Guru Pelatih (Interest, Motivation and Teaching Skills of Trainee Teachers)

Halimah Harun, (2006) Minat, Motivasi dan Kemahiran Mengajar Guru Pelatih (Interest, Motivation and Teaching Skills of Trainee Teachers). Jurnal Pendidikan (UKM), 31 . pp. 83-96. ISSN 01266020

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Abstract

ABTRAK: Sikap, minat dan motivasi memainkan peranan penting dalam menentukan tahap pencapaian masing-masing. Justeru, guru dan pelajar harus berusaha untuk memupuk sikap, minat dan motivasi supaya proses pengajaran dan pembelajaran dapat mencapai objektif yang telah disasarkan. Artikel ini membincangkan dimensi sikap, minat dan motivasi guru pelatih mata pelajaran Perdagangan dan pencapaian mereka dalam latihan mengajar. Dapatan kajian menunjukkan bahawa guru pelatih yang bersikap positif berminat dalam kerjaya perguruan serta bermotivasi tinggi untuk mencapai kejayaan dalam kerjaya. Mereka juga menunjukkan prestasi yang lebih baik semasa latihan mengajar berbanding mereka yang tidak berminat dan rendah motivasinya.

ABSTRACT: Attitude, interest and motivation play an important role in student achievement. Therefore, teachers as well students should developed their attitude, interest and motivation in the teaching and learning process to achieve the target objectives. This paper discussed on business student teachers’ attitude, interest and motivation and their performance in teaching practice. The study showed that student teachers’ who have positive attitude, highly interested and motivated in teaching, performed better in teaching practice compared to that those who have negative attitude, low interet and motivation in teaching profession.

Item Type:Journal
Keywords:Academic performance, Students, Motivation, Attitudes, Interests
Subjects:L Education
ID Code:8053

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