• Psychology
  • Published 2012

Motivation, Social Support, Alienation from the School and their Impact on Students’ Achievement in Mathematics: The Case of Tenth Grade Students.

@inproceedings{Atnafu2012MotivationSS,
  title={Motivation, Social Support, Alienation from the School and their Impact on Students’ Achievement in Mathematics: The Case of Tenth Grade Students.},
  author={Mulugeta Atnafu},
  year={2012}
}
The study examined tenth grade students’ motivation, social support, alienation from school and their impact on mathematics achievement of Addis Ababa secondary schools. The participants were 864 students. The instruments were questionnaires and test. From the Independent t-test, Mann-Whitney and Kruskal-Wallis tests, ANOVA, regression and path analysis, the results obtained were: the extrinsic motivation of students was greater than the intrinsic motivation; the intrinsic motivation, extrinsic… CONTINUE READING

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