The availability of psychological security and its relationship to motivation for learning among students of basic education in Sirte (comparative study between females and males)

Abstract

The availibitu of psychological security and its relationship with motivation in students of primary school in Sirt city. Comparative study between male and female students. The previous tables show that Pearson’s correlation coefficient between psychological security and academic motivation is. It is on the level 004 and has a directly proportional to the positive trend. That means if one of them increases, the other will increase as well and vice versa because they are linked together and each one depends on the other. If the sense of psychological security increases, the motivation for learning will increase too, but if the sense of psychological security become lower, the motivation for learning will decrease as well. So that we will reject the first zero hypothesis, which states that there is no relationship between psychological security and the motivation for learning. When the student satisfies his/her the basic psychological needing and as well felling, then it will generate a sense of efficiency and effectiveness. There is no differences in the view of students in sex, location, or course. That is clear through the second, third, fourth hypothesis which they clarify that “there are no statistically significant differences in the level of psychological security and motivation for learning among students of basic education due to gender, location or course”.