Empirical Evidence of Color on Motivation toward Learning

Bisma Laeeque, Asma Akmal


This study was conducted to understand the role of color in motivating children towards learning. The sample was selected from two government schools of a village named Rao Khan Wala near Lahore. Traid color schemes were used as they provide a unique balance of both the cool and warm colors. Furthermore for the selection of the sample’s age Piaget’s theory of cognition was used and children falling in concrete operational stage were selected in this research. The study revolved around experimental research method in which the research was divided into two phases for data accumulation, the pre stage and post stage. The findings of the study revealed that colors positively increase children’s motivation toward learning in classroom settings.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ijld.v7i2.11044


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