This study aimed to define the relationships between the factors affecting the learning processes of participants in project-based courses. The study sample consisted of 132 participants who had taken in the instructional design course offered at the undergraduate level. The MSLQ, SAGE, and SPIF were used as data collection tools. The findings showed that the conflicts caused by the individuals with negative affect about instructional feedback diminished the quality of product and process during group work. Positive affect was found to be directly affected by ‘extrinsic goal orientation’, which is one of the motivation variables.
Recommended CitationBaydas Onlu, Ozlem; Abdusselam, Mustafa S.; and Yilmaz, Rabia Meryem. (2020). Interaction between Group Work, Motivation and Instructional Feedback in Project-Based Courses. i.e.: inquiry in education: Vol. 12: Iss. 1, Article 9.
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