Students’ Motivation in Offline Learning Post Covid-19

  • Akhmad Syakir UM banjarmasin
  • Rizki Nurwahyuni UM Banjarmasin

Abstract

Abstract: The return of the education system to face-to-face learning had an impact on students' learning habits. This study aimed to perceive the students’ intrinsic motivation in offline learning post-COVID-19. It focused on instrumental motivation. The subjects of this study included 25 new students from Canada's group of Intensive English Classes at the University of Muhammadiyah Banjarmasin toward their offline learning post-Covid-19. Observations and questionnaires were used to analyze the data in a descriptive qualitative manner. The mean score of the students' intrinsic motivation was discovered to 71,3. It means that the students in the Intensive English Class have an intermediate intrinsic motivation for learning English.

 

Keywords: Students’ motivation, intrinsic, offline learning.

Published
2022-08-30
How to Cite
Syakir, A., & Rizki Nurwahyuni. (2022). Students’ Motivation in Offline Learning Post Covid-19. Lentera: Jurnal Ilmiah Kependidikan -- Edisi Khusus ISETA, 101-105. https://doi.org/10.33654/iseta.v1i0.1831
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