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Contributions of Korean alternative schools to students’ learning motivation : a study based on self-determination theory

Contributions of Korean alternative schools to students’ learning motivation : a study based on self-determination theory

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학위논문
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마애리
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Contributions of Korean alternative schools to students’ learning motivation : a study based on self-determination theory / Erie Ma
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Seoul :   Graduate School of International Studies, Korea University,   2022  
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iv, 43장 ; 26 cm
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Contributions of Korean Alternative Schools to Students’ Learning Motivation   (DCOLL211009)000000268739  
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학위논문(석사)-- 고려대학교 국제대학원, 국제학과, 2022. 8
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참고문헌: 장 39-43
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inclusive education, self-determination theory (SDT), learning motivation, public education, alternative school (AS),,
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Contributions of Korean alternative schools to students’ learning motivation : a study based on self-determination theory (43회 열람)
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초록

This study conducted qualitative research on student experiences in alternative schools in Korea to understand what and how school factors contributed to improving students’ intrinsic learning motivations. The target groups are twenty-eight Korean alternative middle and high school graduates who voluntarily chose the non-mainstream education in Korea and have participated in surveys and interviews to recall their experiences. The study uses Self-Determination Theory (SDT) which argues that fulfillment of competency, autonomy, and relatedness fosters human learning motivation. The results show that most participants agreed that alternative school has a positive influence to enhance student autonomy and relationships while academic competency need is less satisfied. For the students, student-driven learning opportunities, self-regulation, helpful guideline from teachers, and a wide range of vertical relationships with the school members from peers to adults played important roles to make the school life attractive and motivated. At the end, the research concludes that students and parents look for educational values which is something more than solely achieving academic excellence.

목차

i.	Acknowledgement	ⅰ  
ii.	Abstract	ⅱ
iii.	Table of Contents	ⅲ
iv.	Tables	ⅳ

Ⅰ. Introduction	 1
1-1. Research Background	 1 
1-2. Research Objective and Questions	 3
Ⅱ. Literature Review	 4
2-1. Global Education Initiatives	 4
2-2. Public and Private Education in Korea	 5
2-3. Alternative Education (registered AS, unregistered AS, homeschooling)	 7
2-4. Theoretical Framework-Self-Determination Theory (SDT)	 12
Ⅲ. Research Methods and Data Collection	 14
3-1, Participants	 15
3-2. Survey Questionnaires	 16
3-3. Interview	 20
Ⅳ. Findings	 21
4-1. Competency	 21
4-2. Autonomy	 26
4-3 Relatedness	 30
V.	Discussion and Implication	 33
VI.	Conclusion	 36
Ⅶ.   References	39