Achievement Goal Orientations in Cooperative Classroom Contexts: Predicting Student Enjoyment, Community, and Group Processing

N. D. Raley
Jung-In Kim, School of Education and Human Development at the University of Colorado Denver
Marilla D. Svinicki, University of Texas at Austin
H. Chung

The purpose of this study is to investigate motivational processes during cooperative group work in a classroom setting; specifically, we examined how students' achievement goal orientations are manifested in long-term classroom group-work contexts and how these context-specific achievement goal orientations are related to students' group-learning outcome variables.

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