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|Title: ||Achievement Motivation, Career Aspiration and Academic Achievement for Effective Inclusion amongst Undergraduate Teacher Trainees in Plateau State Polytechnic Barkin Ladi|
|Authors: ||Anakwe, A. I.|
Momoh, S. O.
|Issue Date: ||Jul-2014|
|Publisher: ||National Journal of Inclusive Education|
|Series/Report no.: ||Vol. 2;No.1; Pp 110-117|
|Abstract: ||The achievement motivation to the hundred was measured using the
Mady’s need for achievement scales. Furthermore, the relationship between, students’ N ’ach, students career aspiration in three ﬁelds of education (school, ministry and university) at ages 29, 30 and 90 years and students’ academic achievement (CGPA) were investigated. The results showed that the students that constituted the sample had fairly high
need for achievement. There were no signiﬁcant sex differences in students N’ach. The results further showed that N'ach preferring university teaching career. There was no relationship between career aspirations at years. The results also showed that N ’ach was positively
related to academic achievement. The ﬁndings of the results were discussed in relation to previous ﬁndings elsewhere and their implication mentioned.|
|Appears in Collections:||Special Education and Rehabilitation Sciences|
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