Cilt 16, Sayı 2, Sayfalar 56 - 68 2015-04-03

FACTORS MOTIVATING PRESERVICE TEACHERS FOR ONLINE LEARNING WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF ARCS MOTIVATION MODEL

Serkan IZMIRLI [1] , Ozden SAHIN IZMIRLI [2]

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The purpose of this study was to determine the factors motivating pre-service teachers
for online learning within the context of ARCS motivation model. The study, in which the
phenomenology model was used, was carried out with 52 pre-service teachers attending
the department of Computer Education and Instructional Technologies at the Education
Faculty of Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University in Turkey.
The participants were experienced in online learning. In the study, the data were
collected with an open-ended questionnaire within the framework of the ARCS motivation
model. The research data were analyzed with descriptive analysis and examined fewer
than four themes (attention, relevance, confidence and satisfaction).
Also, for each theme, sub-themes were obtained. The most frequent factor motivating for
online learning was “relevance to individual differences” found under the theme of
“confidence”. As for the least frequent motivating one, it was “flexibility” found under the
theme of “relevance”.

Online learning, motivation in online learning, ARCS model
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Bibtex @ { tojde176906, journal = {Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education}, issn = {1302-6488}, address = {Anadolu Üniversitesi}, year = {2015}, volume = {16}, pages = {56 - 68}, doi = {10.17718/tojde.26620}, title = {FACTORS MOTIVATING PRESERVICE TEACHERS FOR ONLINE LEARNING WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF ARCS MOTIVATION MODEL}, language = {en}, key = {cite}, author = {IZMIRLI, Serkan and IZMIRLI, Ozden SAHIN} }
APA IZMIRLI, S , IZMIRLI, O . (2015). FACTORS MOTIVATING PRESERVICE TEACHERS FOR ONLINE LEARNING WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF ARCS MOTIVATION MODEL. Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education, 16 (2), 56-68. DOI: 10.17718/tojde.26620
MLA IZMIRLI, S , IZMIRLI, O . "FACTORS MOTIVATING PRESERVICE TEACHERS FOR ONLINE LEARNING WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF ARCS MOTIVATION MODEL". Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education 16 (2015): 56-68 <http://dergipark.gov.tr/tojde/issue/16947/176906>
Chicago IZMIRLI, S , IZMIRLI, O . "FACTORS MOTIVATING PRESERVICE TEACHERS FOR ONLINE LEARNING WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF ARCS MOTIVATION MODEL". Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education 16 (2015): 56-68
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