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Version 1.1 – Updated August 2021

Deep motivation and approach

Overview

  • Influence: Deep motivation and approach
  • Domain: Student
  • Sub-Domain: Beliefs, attitudes, and dispositions
  • Potential to Accelerate Student Achievement: Potential to accelerate
  • Influence Definition: Deep motivation and approach functions occur when students want a mastery, deeper understanding, or high degree of investment to have a fuller understanding overall of the topic.

Evidence

  • Number of meta-analyses: 3
  • Number of studies: 165
  • Number of students: 0
  • Number of effects: 170
  • Effect size: 0.57

Meta-Analyses

Meta-Analyses
Journal Title Author First Author's Country Article Name Year Published Variable Number of Studies Number of Students Number of Effects Effect Size
Australian Journal of Education Purdie & Hattie Australia The Relationship between Study Skills and Learning Outcomes: A Meta-Analysis 1999 Deep approach 38 0 38 0.63
Australian Journal of Education Purdie & Hattie Australia The Relationship between Study Skills and Learning Outcomes: A Meta-Analysis 1999 Deep motivation 72 0 72 0.75
Perspectives on Thinking, Learning and Cognitive Styles Watkins Australia Correlates of Approaches to Learning: A Cross-Cultural Meta-Analysis 2001 Deep motivation 55 0 60 0.32
TOTAL/AVERAGE 165 0 170 0.57

Confidence

The Confidence is the average of these four measures, each divided into five approximately equal groups and assigned a value from 1 to 5 based on the following criteria:

  • Number of Meta-analyses
    • 1 = 1
    • 2 = 2–3
    • 3 = 4–6
    • 4 = 7–9
    • 5 = 10+
  • Number of Studies
    • 1 = 1–10
    • 2 = 11–50
    • 3 = 51–200
    • 4 = 201–400
    • 5 = 400+
  • Number of Students
    • 1 = 1–2,500
    • 2 = 2,501–10,000
    • 3 = 10,000–20,000
    • 4 = 20,000–100,000
    • 5 = 100,001+
  • Number of Effects
    • 1 = 1–100
    • 2 = 101–300
    • 3 = 301–600
    • 4 = 601–1,200
    • 5 = 1,200+
Confidences
Number of Meta-Analyses Number of Studies Number of Students Number of Effects Overall Confidence
Confidence Factor 2 3 1 2 2
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