The aim of current research was to study the relationships between hope, self-efficacy and resiliencey with educational motivation in students with Physical Disabilities.
The desighn of research was a correalational type. The statistical population included all of students with physical disabilities with normal intellegenge who registred at school of Tabriz City in 2018-2-19. In the same vein, by convinence sampling 90 students from this group were selected and Snyder’s hope, Jinks & Morgan’s self-efficacy, Conner & Davidson’s resilience, and Harter’s educational motivation inventories were used to ghather the data.
The results revealed that there is not a significant relationship between hope and academic motivation in students with physical-motor disabilities. But there was a positive and significant relationship between self-efficacy and academic resiliancy with academic motivation.
Based on the results of this research, due to the limited Pathway and agency thouths the disappointed students, easily lose their motivation and experience negative emotions, which leads to depression. Success is the most important source of academic motivation for students with physical-motor disabilities. Positive emotions helps to students’s rsiliency in groups with physical-motor disabilities, and lead to improve their academic motivation.