October 21, 2009

Sample Research Proposal on Motivational Strategies for less academically inclined and naughty students

Motivation for Naughty and Less Academic Learners

There are a lot of ways for a teacher to handle well her students even if the students are naughty ones and less academic fluent as factors may have a greater say on the situation it can be that, these children are less cared and monitored by their parents or it can be that teachers do lack ample teaching strategies and motivation process for the students to receive. Thus, it is a must that effective, accurate and timely motivation will be needed to utilize in order to achieve motivation success of teachers especially in the classroom instruction and environment. For this study, there has to be an examination of how motivation strategies in respect to some theoretical assumption will drive in learning and academic influence towards the learners and to outline motivation centered educative activities that the teacher could use to motivate well naughty and less academic ones. The research will intend to show that motivation as well as learning is being related to teaching values that foster proper motivation for the learners to adopt and to suggest best practices for designing motivation approach through educational learning and fun in learning (Dev, 1997 p. 12). Thus, it is ideal and upright to encourage learners in such intrinsic motivation as helping the learners achieve better and effective academic success, to offer teachers valuable insight within effects of diverse motivational orientations on the school learning of students with behavior problems as there has to be based on research investigation and acquisition of evidence upon enhancing academic centered motivation in learners of various attitude abilities of 14-16 years of age, as learners.

Research Aim

The core aim for this research is to provide ways and strategies of motivation designed for learners who are less academically inclined and are naughty ones, placing ample weight to effective research organization and assimilation in order for the teachers to carefully follow and utilize. Presenting research about motivation theories, approaches and strategies that are ideal into the classroom, school setting.

Research Objectives

For the objectives, the following are to be noted:

  1. To be able to recognize motivational ways, overcoming several issues or problems faced by the teachers mostly in handling students with unusual behavioral attitude towards learning and education instruction

  2. To analyze situations in which teachers can empower their motivation driven skills for learners to accept and embrace fully

  3. To be able to research aspects as well as motivation process for learners to value in a particular learning environment also, for them to listen well to their teachers and be truly motivated

  4. To amiably recognize literature studies and methodologies that teachers could use in overcoming classroom problems they constantly encounter

Research Questions

  1. What is motivation? What is meant by motivation among learners?

  2. What are several ways to motivate learners? Naughty ones? Less academic ones?

  3. How to motivate learners who are naughty ones? Discuss

  4. How teachers can motivate learners who are less academically inclined? Discuss

  5. Why effective, accurate and timely motivation is needed by the teachers for the learners to learn? How motivation is be applied and executed?

  6. Why do teachers need to exercise motivation exercises at all times? Does motivation aspect is limited only for naughty and less academic learners? Why? Explain.

Research Methodology

The research will employ qualitative research paradigm, through case study approach and analysis as well as the creating of survey methodology adhering to Learners Motivation Checklist, comparing how two groups of learners (the naughty ones, less academic ones) receive motivation by the teacher and how they are motivated in specific areas. In the sense, research framework can be with several labels, characterized as case study research as one goal is to realize ways for motivating learners group (Fetterman, 1998 p. 20) to include common elements of case studies such as field work, participant observation and interviews and then, characterized as naturalistic research study (Lincoln and Guba, 1985), because the data collection will be in natural setting and that no variables manipulated to confirm research hypothesis. The participants comprised of 18 learners in total all girls ages 14-16, survey participants will answer the checklist and responses are to record and document any descriptive process to the learners and instead of starting with hypothesis, the researcher generate hypotheses from the data (Fielding and Fielding, 1986).

Dev, P. (1997) Intrinsic Motivation and Academic Achievement: What Does Their Relationship Imply for the Classroom Teacher? Remedial and Special Education, Vol. 18, No. 1, 12-19

Fetterman, D. M. (1998) Ethnography: Step by step (2nd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE

Fielding N. G., & Fielding, J. L. (1986) Linking data. Beverly Hills, CA: SAGE

Lincoln, Y. S., & Guba E. G. (1985) Naturalistic inquiry. Newbury Park, CA: SAGE

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