Improving Student Motivation and Self-Regulation in Science and Mathematics Classes: Examining the Impact of the Learning Environment
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The overarching aim of this study was to investigate malleable learning environment factors that could be changed to enhance students’ motivation in mathematics and science classes. This mixed-methods study involved the collection of: quantitative data (N=19 classes with 351 students) using surveys to assess students’ perceptions of the learning environment and student motivation; and qualitative information (N=56 students) using observations and interviews. The results provide important information about how to create motivation-driven classroom environments.
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