Factors of Motivation in Education: Perspectives of College Students and Their Professors
This study examines motivational factors based on college students’ and faculties’ perceptions to determine which factors are most impactful. The researchers utilized Jones’ MUSIC® Model of Motivation College Student and Professor inventories. Both are designed to determine the factors that impact student motivation (Jones, 2020). The Caring factor was the highest endorsed factor by both college students and faculty in all data collections. A paired sample t-test revealed that the Usefulness factor was rated statistically different by faculty and students. These data can be used to inform programmatic decisions and course design in the university’s education department.
Reash, Caitlin and Larwin, Karen H.
"Factors of Motivation in Education: Perspectives of College Students and Their Professors,"
Journal of Organizational & Educational Leadership: Vol. 7:
1, Article 2.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.gardner-webb.edu/joel/vol7/iss1/2
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