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##### The Formation of Motivational Sphere for Learning Activity under Conditions of Change of One of Its Leading Components

**Authors:**
M. Rodionov,
Z. Dedovets

**Abstract:**

This article discusses ways to implement a differentiated approach to developing academic motivation for mathematical studies which relies on defining the primary structural characteristics of motivation. The following characteristics are considered: features of realization of cognitive activity, meaningmaking characteristics, level of generalization and consistency of knowledge acquired by personal experience. The assessment of the present level of individual student understanding of each component of academic motivation is the basis for defining the relevant educational strategy for its further development.

**Keywords:**
Mathematics,
Student,
Motivation,
Learning Activity

**Digital Object Identifier (DOI):**
doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1100280

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