Paper Title
Influences of KoreanMiddle School Students’ Achievement Goals on Self-efficacy in Mathematics

This study was to analyze the relationships among Korean middle school students’ achievement goals and self-efficacy in mathematics. The final samples consisted of 343 middle school students in Korea. Results were as follows. First, the results indicated that male students had higher self-efficacy than female students. Second, students’ achievement goals and self-efficacy in mathematics showed significant correlations among each other. Third, stepwise regression analysis showed students’ task-approach goal and other-approach goal were both significant positive predictors of self-efficacy, and a self-avoidance goal was significant a negative predictor of self-efficacy. Index Terms - Achievement goals, Self-efficacy, Mathematics, Middle school students, Korea