Motivation and Formation of Self-Confidence in Education

The formation of sufficient scientific-theoretical knowledge and practical
skills in the field of education leads to important and decisive
steps towards the implementation of curriculum reform in the general
education system. Curriculum reform is based on a fundamental update
not only of the content of teaching, but also of methods and
tools. In other words, the introduction of new technologies is becoming
inevitable. Younger students pay special attention to assessment.
Thus, the appreciation of training successes motivates them even
more. One of the most important conditions to take into account is
the application of penalties. We must not forget that students (usually
children) should not be punished in the presence of classmates or
other strangers. In addition to negatively affecting their learning motivation,
it can also lead to low self-esteem, shyness, and other serious
psychological stresses.

Keywords: Education, profession, motivation, teacher,self-confidence

Azerbaijan Journal of Educational Studies is an academic journal founded by the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Azerbaijan. The journal publishes original articles in the following areas of research: education management; educational philosophy and educational theory; education policy; curriculum; educational technologies; pedagogy; sociology of education; history of education; special education; teacher training; assessment, etc. The journal also includes reviews of books on education published in local and foreign publications.
The journal is among the publications recommended by the Supreme Attestation Commission under the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan.