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Paper Details: The Investigation Of The Effectiveness Of Participatory Learning Education On Students Motivation And Academic Achievement

Volume 3 - Issue 8, August 2019 Edition
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Shahla Dastyar
Education, Participatory Learning, Academic Motivation, Academic Achievement
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of teaching in the way of participatory learning on the motivation and academic achievement of students. The research method was quasi-experimental with pretest-posttest design with the control group. The statistical population of this study included all 9th-grade female students of Kabul private schools. The sample consisted of 60 people who were selected by random cluster sampling method. In this research, 30 participants received participatory learning and 30 were in the control group. Data were collected using a questionnaire of academic motivation and academic achievement test. For data analysis, covariance analysis was used. Findings showed that participation in learning is effective in improving academic motivation and academic achievement (p <0.001). Application of the results of the research for teachers is that in order to increase the motivation and academic achievement of students, the role of motivational factors of learning in participatory learning should be considered.
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