Published Jan 31, 2023

Zaihua Liu  


Learning satisfaction is the feeling or attitude of learners towards learning activity participation, reflecting the degree of their fondness for learning activities as well as the extent to which their needs for learning are met or learning goals are achieved. Achievement goal orientations refer to students’ general tendencies for approaching, engaging in, and evaluating their academic progress and performance in achievement contexts. Achievement goal orientations address the reasons and purposes of individuals’ attempt to accomplish certain achievement outcomes. Academic self-efficacy has significant influences on students’ persistence, perseverance, and emotion-regulation in the learning process, and is a key factor in heightening their learning motivation and improving their academic performance.


How to Cite
Liu, Z. (2023). The Impact of Achievement Goal Orientations on Learning Satisfaction of Secondary School Students: The Chain Mediating Effect of Academic Self-efficacy and Learning Engagement. Best Evidence in Chinese Education, 13(1), 1695–1696. Retrieved from https://bonoi.org/index.php/bece/article/view/946