The Effect of Teacher's Motivation and Communication Style on Increasing Students' Interest in Learning Mathematics
This study aimed to analyze the effect of a teacher’s motivation, teacher’s communication style on the student's learning interest in Mathematics. The method of this research was quantitative. The data were collected from the students of SMAN 5 Bogor with a total number of 91 students. The analysis of the questionnaire used a 5-point Likert scale and a multiple linear regression test. Research findings reported a significant influence on the teacher’s motivation and teacher’s communication style on students’ learning interest in Mathematics partially and simultaneously. This research suggested to teachers be able to always provide motivation and show a good communication style in class to students thus the students can increase a high interest in learning in the classroom, especially in learning mathematics. A good communication style can be shown by the teachers in showing openness to the students, it would make students comfortable in learning mathematics in the classroom.
Keywords: Motivation, communicaton style, Learning Interset
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