Kesan Modul Pendidikan ‘FLEP’ terhadap Motivasi dan Aspirasi Pembelajaran Pelajar dengan Prestasi Akademik Rendah

Abu Yazid Abu Bakar, Noriah Mohd Ishak, Melor Md Yunus


Abstract: The purpose of this study is to examine effects of the Fun Learning Enrichment Program (FLEP) on motivation and aspiration to learn among low-achievers. The study used quasi experimental design with pre-post control group. A total of 596 students participated in the study for three consecutive years. The students were given a module consisted of 120 fun learning enrichment activities in mathematics and science that promotes self-motivation and aspiration to learn. Results show significant increase in motivation and aspiration to learn among the students after attending the FLEP program. In conclusion, low-achieving students can develop motivation and aspiration to learn when given environment that promotes positive learning experience.


Enrichment program; learning aspiration; learning motivation; low-achievers

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