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Research Paper | Education Management | Qatar | Volume 9 Issue 5, May 2020
The Relationship of Teachers Perception on E-Learning to the Grade 12 Students Learning Motivation in Philippine International School - Qatar
Almero Rosanna A. MAEd | Ganitano Phil Angelo T | Baunsit Lara Caitlin Y. | Rentoria Germaine Armielle C. | Ilagan Sophia A. | Tenorio Danielle Angelika S.
Abstract: E-learning is a fusion of modern and traditional learning that allows student-teacher interaction through the Internet. It is a contemporary idea that is still in its introductory stage. This study was undertaken to discover the relationship of teachers perception on e-learning to the students learning motivation. Two questionnaires were disseminated to both students and teachers to collect data on the said topic. Simple linear regression analysis was used to analyze data gathered from 88 students and 7 teachers from the Grade 12 level in Philippine International School Qatar. With the acceptance of the null hypothesis, both teachers perception and students motivation reflected neutral levels. Results show that there was no significant linear relationship between teachers perception to students learning motivation, in which the R-value 0.0558 showed a negligible to no linear correlation between the studys two variables. Some recommendations have been prepared subsequently after data gathering and in-depth data analysis.
Keywords: Teachers Perception, E-learning, students learning motivation, factors affecting motivation, Edmodo, online learning, distance learning, COVID-19, traditional learning, satisfaction, 2020, pandemic
Edition: Volume 9 Issue 5, May 2020,
Pages: 448 - 468
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Almero Rosanna A. MAEd, Ganitano Phil Angelo T, Baunsit Lara Caitlin Y., Rentoria Germaine Armielle C., Ilagan Sophia A., Tenorio Danielle Angelika S., "The Relationship of Teachers Perception on E-Learning to the Grade 12 Students Learning Motivation in Philippine International School - Qatar", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), Volume 9 Issue 5, May 2020, pp. 448-468, https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=SR20502165030
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