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Motivating Students to Learn Through the Use of Ict

A Case Study



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Motivating Students to Learn Through the Use of Ict by Sheung-Hoi Kevin Sze
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This dissertation, "Motivating Students to Learn Through the Use of ICT: a Case Study" by Sheung-hoi, Kevin, Sze, 施上海, was obtained from The University of Hong Kong (Pokfulam, Hong Kong) and is being sold pursuant to Creative Commons: Attribution 3.0 Hong Kong License. The content of this dissertation has not been altered in any way. We have altered the formatting in order to facilitate the ease of printing and reading of the dissertation. All rights not granted by the above license are retained by the author. Abstract: ABSTRACT Basically, ICT is more than a teaching tool. Its potential for improving the quality and standard of students' education is significant (DfEE, 1998). Many research claims that the use of ICT in education has a positive impact on students' motivation to learn, such as leading them to positive attitude; increasing their enjoyment, self esteem, independence and confidence in the learning process. This study aims to investigate the relationship between ICT and student motivation, as well to determine factors which have influences on teachers to use ICT and to determine factors motivate students to learn through the use of ICT in teaching and learning. A case study research method employing both qualitative and quantitative research approach such as literature search, questionnaire, class observation, and interview with both students and teachers were used during the process. The findings show that the use of ICT in teaching and learning has a significant positive impact on student motivation, such as increasing students' attitude to learn, improving classroom behavior, and providing better performance of learning outcome. The factors which motivated students to learn with the use of ICT, such as enhancement of enjoyment and interest of topic presented, decreased feedback time, allowed the opportunity for student to choose and control their learning pace; as well as increased of self esteem, independence and confidence in the learning process. There are many factors that encourage the teachers to use ICT in teaching activities; such as meeting the minimum requirement of the (25%) IT teaching from the iiEMB instruction, the level of resources available, the level of training and supporting provided, the effectiveness and improvement in students' learning and the using of ICT in teaching which considered being interesting and enjoyable. iii DOI: 10.5353/th_b3159870 Subjects: Education, Secondary - Computer-assisted instructionMotivation in education - China - Hong KongHigh school teachers - China - Hong Kong - AttitudesHigh school seniors - China - Hong Kong - Attitudes
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January 26th, 2017
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