Goals, Efficacy and Metacognitive Self-Regulation A Path Analysis

@inproceedings{AlHarthy2010GoalsEA,
  title={Goals, Efficacy and Metacognitive Self-Regulation A Path Analysis},
  author={Ibrahim Al-Harthy and Christopher A. Was and Randall M. Isaacson},
  year={2010}
}
The purpose of this study was to illustrate the relationship between self-efficacy, task value, goal orientations, metacognitive self-regulation, self-regulation and learning strategies and to investigate the unique contribution of each on the variability in students’ total scores of 12 exams. Our study revealed that students’ self-efficacy, task-value, self-regulation, and elaboration are significantly positively correlated with total scores. Path analysis demonstrated that self-efficacy was… CONTINUE READING

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