Development of Motivation for Achieving Professional Success of Technical Specialties Students in Russia during Practical Training at Industrial Enterprises
Keywords:motivation, interest, engineering motivation, industrial practice
The article deals with the issues of motivation of students of technical universities to professional activity by means of industrial practices. The con-cept of industrial practice is considered, the goals, tasks, and functions of students' practical training in the specialty "Radio Engineering" are clarified. The peculiarities of the practice organization are noted. Based on the results of the diagnostic study, the authors conclude that the origin of students' in-dustrial practice contributes to an increase in the level of need for success. The learning process becomes more interesting, emotionally and personally significant.
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