Academic journal article International Journal of Education and Management Studies

Comparison of Achievement Motivation and Achievement Fifth and Sixth Grade Students of Elementary Schools, Smart Schools and Traditional District One Fars Education Shiraz, 2014

Academic journal article International Journal of Education and Management Studies

Comparison of Achievement Motivation and Achievement Fifth and Sixth Grade Students of Elementary Schools, Smart Schools and Traditional District One Fars Education Shiraz, 2014

Article excerpt

Variable of academic success for more than three decades ago, has been training specialists. Numerous research findings have shown that academic achievement of knowledge structures and environmental and situational factors such as motivational orientations and learning strategies is influenced by (Bernstein and Meyer, 2005). Children's progress in school and adults not only their abilities, but their motivations and attitudes And emotional responses to schools and other issues that are involved in the success depends. One of the primary factors that determine the psychological aspects of achievement motivation is presented. Achievement of the children's desire to work in a particular territory to perform well and function as self-evaluation. It is clear that children who are progressive such behavior can be successful in school (Masan, Bita, translation Yasayy, 2001 ). Motivation can be a factor that represents strength, guiding and supporting defined behavior (Saif, 2000). Robynz motivation definition (1993) is the former outshine the others, according to the criteria outlined progress and strive for success. Human motivation in terms of personality characteristics differ based on certain behaviors can be predicted. Smart school of some sort, quick and easy to use technology in teaching and learning environments And the creation of a consultative and interactive environment for students and teachers using innovative technology provides. Smart School is a school of physical control and management based on computer technology and networks and the content of most courses is done through electronic monitoring and evaluation system that is smart. Requires the following developments: the desire to do good things compared Superiority. The need for people to search out the "competitive success Superiority" is motivated (Mac Kelland, Atkinson, Clark and Lowell 1953;quoted Mohammad Zadeh, 1384). But the standard of excellence is so widespread.Korman (1977, quoted a Shekarkan, 1991) motivated by the desire to outshine the progress of a particular behavior knows it is special treatment as the criterion or criteria. Lavine studies the correlation between intelligence and achievement BMS is about, come to the conclusion that the correlation between them (10 +) 50 + percent. Turban Research and Quen (1933, as quoted by FarajZadeh, 2001) on a number of students who have demonstrated high achievement motivation have more self-esteem than those with low motivation. Fountaine and colleagues (2001), in his paper entitled "Culture and achievement motivation in sport, qualitative study on students Western and French" concluded that students in the Western, due to the greater school choice opportunities for social advancement they While European students, school, sports and artistic activities chosen for its potential to do it. Also, compared to boys, girls show less skill objectives and progress are more in social situations.

Method

Participants

A casual study (comparison), which is made possible through a field study. Population, all fifth and sixth grade students in regular schools and the intelligent are a city that in 2013 had been studying. The sample consisted of 30 fifth and sixth grade students in the school a (regular school) and 30 fifth and sixth grade students at school b (which is smart school) is. In this study, inferential statistics (t - test and analysis of variance) to analyze the data, and approve or reject the hypothesis of the present study was used. Data analysis and comparison of the data was performed using SPSS software version 17.

Results

Table 1 : T-test results for comparison of school achievement in both conventional and intelligent

In the top graph, the horizontal axis represents Achievement Motivation is classified (low = 21 to 41, moderate = 42 to 62 and above = 63 to 84) and the vertical axis shows the frequency data into separate schools.

The horizontal axis in Figure 2 represents a typical school is smart and motivated to progress to the axis breakdown frequency levels (low = 21 to 41, moderate = 42 to 62 and above = 63 to 84) is expressed. …

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