Human learning is a complex process that involves numerous genetic and environmental factors. On the genetic side, we can do very little to enhance or improve the innate learning abilities of our students other than recruiting academically talented, intellectually oriented individuals. On the other hand, we can have a considerable effect on the environmental aspects of learning. Providing a climate conducive to learning. Offering continuing encouragement and support, and motivating students to realize the significance of the learning process are profoundly important to the academic success or failure of students.



student motivation, teacher motivation, learning environment

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