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Nastava i vaspitanje
2018, vol. 67, br. 1, str. 129-146
jezik rada: srpski
vrsta rada: izvorni naučni članak
doi:10.5937/nasvas1801129M
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Instrument za procenu motivacije i strategija samoregulacije u učenju matematike (SRUM)
Univerzitet u Novom Sadu, Učiteljski fakultet, Sombor

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Osnovni cilj ovog istraživanja je ispitivanje metrijskih karakteristika i faktorske strukture SRUM instrumenta, koji je kreiran za merenje motivacije i samoregulišućih strategija u procesu učenja matematike. Instrument je nastao na bazi teorijskih osnova Pintričevog sociokognitivnog modela samoregulisanog učenja, nalaza prethodnih studija koje su se bavile unutrašnjim faktorima efikasnosti procesa učenja u nastavi matematike i evaluacijom postojećih instrumenata u domenu merenja metakognicije, motivacionih faktora i samoregulišućih procesa u usvajanju različitih sadržaja. Potreba za konstrukcijom ovog instrumenta javila se pošto na našem, srpskom govornom području ne postoji validiran instrument koji bi se bavio merenjem pomenutih kognitivno-konativnih činilaca u domenu učenja matematike. Istraživanje je sprovedeno na uzorku od 745 studenata. Primenom faktorske analize utvrđeno je postojanje 11 faktora - supskale mere motivaciju (5 supskala) i strategije učenja (6 supskala). Instrument je pokazao zadovoljavajuće metrijske karakteristike, Kronbahova α za supskale se kreće u rasponu od 0,523 do 0,884. Praktične implikacije ovog mernog instrumenta i istraživanja ogledaju se u mogućnostima njegove primene u domenu procene i podsticanja delovanja značajnih kognitivnih i motivacionih faktora koji doprinose efikasnijem usvajanju matematičkih sadržaja.

Ključne reči

motivacija; strategije samoregulacije; učenje matematike

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