The current study aimed at investigating the impact of a training program based on self- regulated learning strategies on academic delay of gratification and goal orientations among 8th grade male students in Irbid. The study sample consisted of (73) students who were chosen as an available sample. The students were distributed into two groups; experimental group with (36) students who were trained on the training program, and the control group with (37) students who were not trained.
To achieve the aims of the study, a training program was prepared based on self- regulated learning strategies, Bembenutty & Karabenick, (1998) academic delay of gratification scale, and Abu- Ghazal., et al (2013) goal orientations scale.
The results revealed that there were significant statistical differences on the delay of gratification, and goal orientations domains in favor of the experimental group. The impact extent on the delay of gratification scale was (0.273) which indicated the existence of high impact of the training program on academic delay of gratification. In addition, the impact extent on the mastery- goal was (0.368), and it was (0.122) on the performance- approach goal, and (0.209) on the performance- avoidance goal which indicated the existence of high impact of the training program based on goal orientations.
اغريب, أشرف محمد and أبو غزال, معاوية
"Impact of aTraining Program Based on Self- Regulated Learning Strategies on Academic Delay of Gratification and Goal Orientations,"
Jordanian Educational Journal: Vol. 4:
3, Article 12.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jaes/vol4/iss3/12