STEM instruction is an area of excellent interest in Malaysia. However, learning STEM subject, focusing on allure at a younger age is a challenge with most of secondary school graduates. Thus, this study aims to investigate gifted and gifted students’ information and motivation toward education chemistry, besides their favorite choice of learning. A total of 71 gifted and gifted students attractive chemistry at the age of 12 to 13 age old at a high school, were complicated in this study. In this study, a survey inquiry was used, in addition to the Attitude toward Chemistry Lesson Scale and Glynn’s Motivation Model. Statistical Package for Social Science (SPSS) version 21 was used to analyze the calm data, that included explanatory and inferential enumerations. The findings revealed that pupils perceived allure to be main in many aspects of daily growth. There was no substantial dissimilarity in the mean of male and female students’ information and motivation toward chemistry education scores. The study’s findings further show a moderately beneficial correlation betwixt students’ knowledge and course motivation, accompanying the highest equating value. This paper can help educators improve their scholars’ knowledge and inspiration for chemistry knowledge. As a result, educators’ roles in bringing about changes in information and motivation toward allure teaching and knowledge processes are critical.

Author(s) Details:

Suganty A/P Kanapathy,
Pusat GENIUS@pintar Negara, University Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi-43600, Selangor, Malaysia.

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Keywords: Gifted and talented, knowledge, motivation, chemistry, learning