The Importance Of Adolescence

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“Only as high as I reach can I grow, only as far as I seek can I go, only as deep as I look can I see, only as much as I dream can I be.” Unknown
These lines seems to be so true when it comes to talking about adolescence , can they are able to fulfill their dreams , yeas they can and being motivated by us, society, school, peers friend around them can make their dreams come true.
I choose these topic how adolescence are being motivated in classroom. Is just the teacher and school are the factors which can motivate them or family, peers, society are also part of their classroom motivation. Before moving towards motivation lets understand what adolescence means in terms of Indian context.
Adolescence is a stage of emerged or achieved identity.
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First, adolescents are able to connect what they are trying to learn with what they already know, understand, or have personally experienced. Secondly, they are favorably inclined, or motivated, to put forth the necessary effort and time. Adolescent learning, however, is not merely about building on prior knowledge, getting students excited about a topic, reassuring them that they are capable of the work, or keeping them on-task (Perkins 1992; Sizer 1996). Adolescent learning involves interactive, purposeful, and meaningful engagement. It happens best under the following …show more content…
The personal dimension of adolescent learning encompasses these complex and individualized needs, beliefs, and emotions. Adolescent perceptions about personal ability and effectiveness impact their level of motivation and persistence with new learning tasks. Certain favorable mental "attitudes," such as open-mindedness, tolerance, empathy, and intellectual curiosity, help adolescent thinking to expand and develop at a higher cognitive level. Their learning is enhanced when individual differences are acknowledged, respected, and accommodated; when students are motivated through challenge, relevance, choice, and a sense of accomplishment; and when they feel comfortable to express, create, explore, experiment, take risks, and make