Effects of Learning Strategies and Achievement Goals at Different Learning Stages in High School Mathematics (69244)

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This study examined the relationship between students' use of learning strategies and their achievement goals at different stages of learning. Although there is much research on learning strategies, studies explicitly focusing on learning strategies at different learning stages is scarce. This study aims to explore the connection between achievement goals and learning strategies from the perspective of learning stages. A questionnaire survey was administered to 166 Japanese university students to explore the relationship between their achievement goal tendencies and the use of specific learning strategies during the preparation, in-class, review, and testing phases of high school mathematics. The survey included questions that assessed the types of learning strategies employed by participants and measures of achievement goal orientations. These orientations consisted of three distinct subscales: proficiency goals focusing on personal growth and development, a performance approach goal that emphasized seeking high evaluation from others and avoiding low evaluation, and a performance approach goal that emphasized striving for good grades and admission to a good university. The results showed that students with proficiency goals were more likely to use learning strategies at all stages of learning. Additionally, there was a positive correlation between using learning strategies in the classroom and review phases and between proficiency and performance goals in interpersonal relationships. Furthermore, the results showed little correlation between the use of learning strategies in the preparation and performance approach goal.

Issei Manabe, Nagoya University, Japan

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Last updated: 2023-02-23 23:45:00