The Influence of Family Socio-Economic, Learning Motivation and Learning Independency on Student Learning Outcomes

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Gabrial Mwebu
Goerba Sakalama
Kevin Kwangda

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This study amis to figure out the influence of Socio-economic, learning motivation and learning independence as anticipated factors affecting students learning outcome. This study is descriptive quantitative study. The data collection method used likert scale questionnaire consisting of negative and positive statements. The data is analysed through graphic presenting. The result of the study shows that socio-economic factor does not have direct effect on learning outcome. Learning motivation shows a positive impact but not consistent while learning independency indicates fairly high impact.

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Mwebu, G. ., Sakalama, G. ., & Kwangda, K. . (2020). The Influence of Family Socio-Economic, Learning Motivation and Learning Independency on Student Learning Outcomes. Journal Educational Verkenning, 1(2), 26-30. https://doi.org/10.48173/jev.v1i2.56
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