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Identification and analysis of level of formation of cognitive motivation of higher schools’ students by means of gaming technologies

В.В. Дубровский, V.I. Klimov
80,00 Р

UDC 378.14: 78


V.V. Dubrovsky is Associate Professor at the Department of Music Education e-mail:  and V.I. Klimov is Cand. Sci. (Education), Associate Professor, Head of the Department of Music Education e-mail:; both at Bunin Yelets State University, Institute of History and Culture.


Presented is analysis of theoretical aspects of the problem of formed cognitive motivation of students of higher school. Also presented are practical results of experimental work as to formation of cognitive motivation of students of university by means of using gaming technologies. The result of this study was identification of pedagogical conditions for formation of cognitive motivation of university students by means of gaming technology. Comparative analysis of research results made it possible to consider these pedagogical conditions, as well as gaming technologies, used in the experiment, as effective.

Key words: pedagogical conditions, formation, motivation, gaming technologies, higher education, student.



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