Self-Efficacy as a Mediator between Motivation and Engagement and Academic Performance
This study aims to determine the relationship of Self Efficacy as a mediator between Motivation and Engagement and Academic Performance in Mathematics. In order to determine the students’ assessment of their self-efficacy, motivation, and engagement, the researcher used the survey method. The researcher utilized The Revised Study Process Questionnaire developed by Biggs et al. (2001), and the grades the students got from their most recent Mathematics course were used. The data were analyzed using SPSS 20.0 software program using Andrew Haye’s Model 4. Based on the results, it is revealed that: 1) motivation influences students’ academic performance, 2) self-efficacy also influences students’ academic performance, and 3) self–efficacy is not a mediating factor between motivation and academic performance.
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