Stimulation of students’ research activity in the conditions of distance education

Ninel Sizova, Hanna Bilozerska, Svitlana Mudra, Roksolana Patyk, Yevhen Bokhonko


The purpose of the article is to analyze the research activity of students in the context of distance education in order to identify factors that influence its formation. The work highlights the practical aspects of stimulating students' research activity. The work uses the methods of questionnaires, testing, and the method of expert evaluations. Statistical analysis was carried out using chi-square, Pearson's coefficient. The study was based on a pedagogical experiment. It was determined that the students within the experimental group exhibited a markedly higher degree of research engagement than the control group. Specifically, the mean research activity scores in the experimental group were 75% for the need for achievement, 68% for the need for recognition, 82% for the need for curiosity, 61% for the need for control, and 42% for the need for distinction. Overall, it can be contended that motivation plays a crucial role in fostering research endeavors in the conditions of distance education. The obtained results can be used to improve the research activity of students. Potential future studies could focus on conducting a comprehensive exploration of certain aspects, such as the incentives behind research endeavors and enhancing cognitive abilities through research activities.


Cognitive components; Educational motivation; Higher education; Innovative technologies; Learning environment

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ISSN: 2089-9823, e-ISSN 2302-9277
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