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  • 1. REWARDS GIVING AND ITS EFFECTON STUDENTS’ MOTIVATIONIN LEARNING MATHEMATICSAnas Bin SurayINSTITUT PENDIDIKAN GURU KAMPUS TUANKU BAINUN,MENGKUANG, 14000 BUKIT MERTAJAM,PULAU PINANG
  • 2. INTRODUCTIONEFFECTIVECLASSROOMMOTIVATIONMOTIVATIONALTOOL•An internal power whicharouses, directs andcontrols the humaninterest and behavior.• Positive learningenvironmentRewards GivingWoolfolk, 1990
  • 3. CONCERNSDo not enjoy mathematics• Have strong dislike and anxiety• A subject to be faced in examinationCause problems in classroom• Inattention• Indiscipline• UncooperativeEffects on mathematics subject• Teacher: T&L process• Students: Achievement in mathematics
  • 4. Research Objectives/Questions1)2)3)• Motivation in learningmathematics process• Control students’discipline• Cooperate with eachother in group activities
  • 5. REWARDS GIVINGIs there anybody who doesnt feel happy when given a gift orbeing rewarded?Reinforce goodperformance andgood behaviorMore motivatedto follow the T&LprocessFeel like beingloved andappreciatedEnhance intrinsicallyand extrinsicallymotivationTHE ACTION
  • 6. RESEARCH PROCEDURES1) PLAN2) ACT3)MONITOR4)EVALUATE5)REFLECTPreliminary surveyProblems: No motivationStrategy: Rewards Giving2 lessons:without reward2 lessons:with rewardsVideotapingQuestionnaireInterviewGraph, tableTable, SPSSTranscribe into table formIdentified thelimitationsRecommendations
  • 7. TARGET GROUPYear 540students20 boys and20 girls
  • 8. DATA COLLECTION METHODSVideotaping• Standingcamera• Lessonswithoutreward• LessonswithrewardsQuestionnaire• 6 self-constructedquestions• 40 studentsInterview• 8 self-constructedquestions• 12 students
  • 9. FINDING 1 : MOTIVATIONVideotapingInterviewQuestionnaireA) Participation• Pay attention• ActiveB) Joyful• Happiness• Appreciated• 97.5% of the studentslike mathematics• 92.5% of the studentsfeel motivated• Happy & proud• Honour for their group• Glad to have the reward• Good achievement
  • 10. FINDING 2 : DisciplineVideotapingInterviewQuestionnaire• 92.5% of thestudents followedthe instructionsgiven• Role of groupleader• Smooth activities• Good discipline• Well-behaved
  • 11. FINDING 3 : CooperationVideotapingInterviewQuestionnaire• Game time• Track record• Level of cooperation• Triggered cooperation• Task accomplished• 95% of the studentscooperated with theirgroup members• Spirit of cooperation• Interesting and fun• Easier to understandthe content
  • 12. CONCLUSIONREWARDSGIVINGIncrease students’motivation in learningmathematicsAs a tool tocontrolstudents’disciplineStudentscooperate witheach other ingroup activities
  • 13. FURTHERACTIONSPRAISINGREDTICKETSREWARDCHART• Words: good, very clever, excellent• Make them feel like beingappreciated by others• Group• Cooperation• Benchmark (points)• Stickers• Rewards – end of semester• Individually• Participation• Red Tickets• Write name on the ticket (jar)• Rewards – every week
  • 14. THANK YOU
  • 15. 0510152025303540455 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60NO.OFSTUDENTSMINUTESDISCIPLINELessonswithoutrewardsLessons withrewards
  • 16. 05101520253035405 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60NO.OFSTUDENTSMINUTESCOOPERATIONLessonswithoutrewardsLessonswithrewards

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