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The Role of Classroom Environment in Students' Goal Orientations

Morana Koludrović orcid id ; Filozofski fakultet, Split
Ina Reić Ercegovac ; Filozofski fakultet, Split

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str. 283-302

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The aim of this study was to investigate the role of the
classroom environment, namely the satisfaction with school,
trust in teachers, positive teacher – student interaction and
loneliness in school, in explaining individual differences in
students' goal orientations. In addition, the study aimed to
determine gender and age differences in the perception of
classroom environment and goal orientations. The sample
comprised 417 students in the sixth and the eighth grades of
elementary school. They completed the questionnaires for
assessing their perception of several aspects of classroom
environment and the Inventory of school motivation. Results
confirmed some well established gender differences in goal
orientations, showing that girls achieve higher scores on
mastery and social relations goals, whereas boys score
higher on ego-goals and extrinsic goals. Sixth graders scored
higher on social relations and mastery than did the eighth
graders. Female students were more satisfied with school
and showed a greater trust in teachers. All of the aspects of
classroom environment were positively related with goal
orientations, while the regression analyses revealed some
specific relations between aspects of classroom environment
and certain goal orientations.

Ključne riječi

classroom environment, constructivist paradigm, curriculum, student-centred learning, goal orientations

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