The purpose of this study was to develop a structural model of students' academic engagement based on the achievement and self-regulation goals with the mediating role of academic motivation. In a descriptive-correlational study, 473 female students from the second-cycle secondary schools in the city of Ilām were selected, using a random stratified sampling method.
The main objective of this study was to find the role of the student-level and school-level on students’ academic achievement. Research population included students, principals, vice-principals, and academic counselors of Tehran’s vocational and technical schools in the academic year 1391-92. 10 regions from 5 Tehran’s educational districts and 2 schools from each region were selected, with a total of 906 third-grade students from these schools and from 39 classes using multi-stage cluster sampling.
The purpose of the present study was to examine a predicting model of high school students’ mathematics achievement based on the role of achievement goals and different dimensions of academic engagement. For this reason, 500 third grade high school students (250 male and 250 female) in mathematics field from Shiraz were selected using cluster sampling method. They completed a questionnaire consisting of 4 subscales: achievement goals, effort, task value, and cognitive and metacognitive strategies.