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Learning Motivation of High School Students with Different Educational Success in the Subject of Chemistry

Helena Hrubišková, Milan Veselský, Monika Oravcová-Gorčíková

Faculty of Natural Science, Comenius University, Bratislava, St. Francis of Assisi High School, Malacky Bratislava, Malacky, Slovakia

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The article presents the results of research aimed at finding out the structure of learning motivation in the subject of Chemistry among students in the 2nd and 3rd year of high school. The students had achieved differing levels of academic success. The problem of the relationship between school grades and levels of individual types of learning motivation are considered

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