Effect of achievement goal directivity and self-regulated learning strategy on the level of learning achievement

성취목표지향성과 자기조절학습전략이 학업성취도에 미치는 영향

  • 이숙정 (김천대학교 치위생학과) ;
  • 신경희 (백석문화대학교 치위생과)
  • Received : 2013.11.04
  • Accepted : 2013.12.20
  • Published : 2013.12.28


This study intended to find out an efficient teaching-learning method by identifying the effect of achievement goal directivity and self-regulated learning strategy on the level of learning achievement in class. This study analyzed the relationship between the achievement goal directivity and the average and standard deviation of self-regulated learning strategy as well as the relationship between the achievement goal directivity and the learning achievement of self-regulated learning strategy and also analyzed the effect of achievement goal directivity and self-regulated learning strategy on the level of learning achievement, based on the result of survey targeting 133 university students attending the Department of Social Welfare. The findings show that the higher the tendency of achievement goal directivity and self-regulated learning ability, the higher the academic performance, which means that it is necessary to resolve any anxiety through motivation control training and mentoring learning for academic achievement of students and inducing their proactive participation in class.


Achievement goal directivity;Self-regulated learning strategy;Academic achievement;Motivation control training;Mentoring


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