Groups holding multiple achievement goals in the math classroom: Profile stability and cognitive and affective outcomes

Meng Ting Lo, Ssu Kuang Chen, Sunny S.J. Lin*

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摘要

By using the 2 × 2 achievement goal framework, this study assessed the math achievement goal profiles of 488 Taiwanese students from Grades 7 to 8. In the first year, three math achievement goal profiles were identified using latent profile analysis: maladaptive, indifferent, and success-oriented. A slightly different profile, avoidant-but-adapting, was found in the second year in addition to the indifferent and success-oriented profiles. Success-oriented students showed the most adaptive pattern of motivation, with high approach orientations, while maladaptive students demonstrated less-adaptive learning characteristics, with high avoidance orientations. Avoidant-but-adapting students exhibited high scores for avoidance and mastery-approach orientations. The goal profiles were investigated with respect to stability and change over one year transition. Our study reflects mastery-avoidance goal's unique contribution to the classification of students and its' influences on educational and psychological outcomes and provides insights into the 2 × 2 model of achievement goal orientations.

原文English
頁(從 - 到)65-76
頁數12
期刊Learning and Individual Differences
57
DOIs
出版狀態Published - 7月 2017

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