The Importance of Motivation in an Educational Environment


  • Eskja Vero
  • Edi Puka


In this article we will discuss how the concept of motivation in education, affects the learning process of students. Lack of motivation in education can undermine the process of their learning. Are students motivated to cumulating knowledge, without internal incentives (psychological, emotional) or external (social - education)? How to build a combination of internal factors and external motivational between lecturer and student, for learning function in the academic
environment? All students, including teachers, are motivated in different ways and forms. For this reason, the educational environment is always very dynamic because each of the two components play certain roles. In the motivational aspect, the role of teachers in the educational process is the creation of a climate and a positive attitude that encourages learning and their
long-term success. While the role of students is qualitative knowledge processing and being active in order to increase their academic. Increasing collaborative and communicative force between student and instructor are two basic factors of motivation for learning. The study will be based on a framework familiar with some of the main definitions of the term motivation and
some socio - educational and psychological theories, theory of Maslow, Herzbergs, McClelland,
etc., to take a point of view from some of the perspectives and cognitive educational skills that realizes the motivation of students in the academic environment.




How to Cite

Vero, E., & Puka, E. (2017). The Importance of Motivation in an Educational Environment. Formazione & Insegnamento, 15(1), 57–66. Retrieved from