Motivation and Satisfaction in Online Learning during Pandemic Covid-19: A Systematic Review

Nurfina Aznam, Riki Perdana, Jumadi Jumadi, Yusman Wiyatmo, Heru Nurcahyo

Abstract


The aims of this study are to summarize the current study on motivation and satisfaction of graduate student and identify research gaps in order to suggest a study for the next research. A total of 50 academic research papers on satisfaction and motivation during pandemic covid-19 learning were published during pandemic era Des 2019 – Des 2020. There were 45.935 participant on the study with 357 elementary students, 478 middle-high students, 42.151 college students and 2.949 teachers. From the review, this paper updates new database and suggests that a wide range of graduate students’s satisfaction and motivation by online learning during pandemic covid-19 may be considered to apply an effective learning method for succesfull learning process especially in improving the students satisfaction and motivation.

Keywords


Motivation; Satisfaction; Pandemic covid-19; Systematic review

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