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Student Motivation in Teaching Chemistry in Slovakia

Milan Veselský

Faculty of Natural Science, Commenius University (Slovakia)

veselsky@fns.uniba.sk

Abstract

This paper deals with the importance of interests in student learning motivation. It investigates the level of interest in chemistry for the high school students and its relations to the evaluation of chemistry and various aspects in teaching chemistry.

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