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The Effect of Learning Motivation and Attitude
on Educational Satisfaction among
Some Assistant Nursing School Students
Advisor: Prof. Han, Mi Ah, MD. Ph.D
Department of Public Health,
Graduate School of Health Science,
Objectives: This study was performed to the effect of the learning motivation and attitude on education satisfaction in assistant nursing school students.
Methods: The study subjects were assistant nursing school students in Gwangju. Data were collected by self-reported questionnaires including general characteristics, learning motivation, attitude and satisfaction of education. Six multiple regression models were used to determine the satisfaction according to learning motivation and attitude with six satisfaction measures (learning subjects, theoretical education, practical education, teacher, facilities of school and overall satisfaction).
Results: Of 240 subjects, 234 (97.5%) subjects were female and the mean age was 36.4±8.5. The overall satisfaction score of education was 3.90±0.64. The learning motivation and attitude were positively correlated with education satisfaction. Even after adjusting for potential confounders, learning motivation and attitude were positively associated with satisfaction for learning subjects, theoretical education, practical education, teacher, facilities of school and overall satisfaction.
Conclusion: This study showed that learning motivation and attitude were positively associated with education satisfaction. Motivation for studying by the establishment of a vision for the future and encouragement to achieve desirable learning attitude will increase the education satisfaction in assistant nursing school students.
Key words : Learning motivation, Learning attitude, Educational satisfaction
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