Étude de l’influence de la scène visuelle d’une tâche mathématique sur la motivation d’élèves de la sixième année - Résultats préliminaires
Despite the significant resources in place to fight against school dropout, too many students leave the educational system without a diploma (Secrétariat à la jeunesse du Québec, 2016 in Bourgeois, 2016). As the demotivation is a determinant element in a young person's decision to drop out of school (Blanchette, 2006), it would be in our interest to encourage the motivation (Plante et al., 2013; Steinmayr et Spinath, 2009 dans Fréchette-Simard et al., 2019). Moreover, studies highlight the contribution of teachers in building the motivational profile of students (Bouffard, Brodeur et Vezeau, 2005). We wonder if the visual scene of the documents presented to the students can act as an effective motivational strategy. It is in this perspective that quantitative datas were collected form a sample of sixth grade primary students. Primary descriptive results are exposed in this article.
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