THE EFFECT OF LEARNING MOTIVATION FACTORS TO STUDENTS’ LEARNING OUTCOME (A Case Study at the Accounting Department Widyatama University)
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Novatiani, R. Ait
Negara, Hanisius Judia
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Students’ competence can be measured through assessments. These assessments cover tasks or assignments which are carried out inside and outside the classroom. The results of the assessments can be seen through student’ learning outcomes, in other words, students’ scores. Learning objectives can be well achieved if in the process of learning it is supported with good learning motivation. Therefore, this motivation is essential in driving students to their ultimate effort to achieve their goal of learning. This research aims at investigating essential learning motivation factors, revealing students’ learning outcome, and unearthing those aforementioned factors to students’ learning outcomes. The respondents of this research are seventh semester students of Accounting Department, Widyatama University. Non probability sampling and purposive sampling are employed in this research. Statistical analyses used are simple linier regression, rank spearman correlation analysis, determination coefficient, and t test. The results reveal that learning motivation factors have a positive effect to students’ learning outcome. This is shown by the result of tcount 4,52 which is higher than the ttable 1.345. This means Ho is rejected and Ha is not rejected.