In pedagogy, motivation is considered more important than ability. This study aims to identify, and provide a rationale for, ways to increase of study motivation among the university students of engineering specialties. The creation of conditions for the subject to predict results of his activity, as well as for the manifestation of self-dependence and creativity, contributes to ensuring students’ motivation and to the development of their search activity, that is “critical inquiry” of useful information. To implement these conditions, we suggest extending transdisciplinarity in education and integrating it with all forms of the educational process, and establishing more effective contacts (both formal and informal) between teachers and students. Such integration is based on integrity, dialectic method, mental activity and integration of the laws of nature. We see the role of this extension of transdisciplinarity as combining heterogeneous knowledge by content (education) and methods (development) in conjunction with improving the quality of organizational and pedagogical support of training sessions (upbringing).
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