Factors effecting motivation to Learn: A Search in Quranic Approaches

Authors

  • Khalid Muhammad Muzahid Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia
  • Hasanul Bannah International Islamic University Chittagong

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.33102/jqss.vol0no2.52

Keywords:

Motivation, Learning motivation, Individual factors, Al-Quran

Abstract

There are several factors which play the key role to motivate someone and enforce to increase the performance to reach to the targeted goals. Factors effecting motivation to learn have been found in several categories. This paper aims to explore the individual factors effecting motivation to learn in relation to the Quranic point of view. Using documental literature review such as books, magazines and journals, this study found sixteen individual factors that strengthen the willingness of individuals to achieve the goal of learning. Similarly, the Holy Quran found to support these sixteen factors which significantly affect the learner’s intention to acquire their learning objective positively. As Quran is the holy guidance for human being this factors will help the learners meaningfully to obtain in-depth knowledge.

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Published

2019-12-15

How to Cite

Muzahid, K. M., & Hasanul Bannah. (2019). Factors effecting motivation to Learn: A Search in Quranic Approaches. Journal of Quran Sunnah Education & Special Needs, (2), 23-33. https://doi.org/10.33102/jqss.vol0no2.52

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