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Using Qualitative Methods To Enrich Understandings of Self-regulated Learning

A Special Issue of educational Psychologist

by Nancy E. Perry

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  • 29 Currently reading

Published by Lawrence Erlbaum .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Educational Psychology,
  • Education,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • Research,
  • Education / Research,
  • Evaluation

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11281714M
    ISBN 100805896708
    ISBN 109780805896701

    Pintrich, P. & De Groot, E. (). Motivational and self-regulated learning components of classroom academic performance. Journal of Educational Psychology, 82, Perry, N. (). Using qualitative methods to enrich understandings of self-regulated learning. Educational Psychologist, TEAL Center Fact Sheet No. 3: Self-Regulated Learning Page 1 Self-Regulated Learning. train these skills in all students. This fact sheet offers. About Self-Regulated Learning. Self-regulated learning refers to one’s ability to under-stand and control one’s learning environment. Self-regulation abilities include goal setting, self-.

    While the available research literature appears to support the implementation of task-based language teaching (TBLT) in Western countries, few studies have been conducted to investigate its impact on classroom practice in Asia, especially in comparison with the presentation-practice-production (PPP) approach which many Asian teachers still favour. Keywords: self-regulated learning, self-regulation, metacognition, socially shared regulated learning, shared regulation of learning, motivation regulation, emotion regulation, learning strategies INTRODUCTION Self-regulated learning (SRL) is a core conceptual framework to understand the cognitive, motivational, and emotional aspects of Size: 5MB.

    Self-regulated learning (SRL) is one of the domains of self-regulation, and is aligned most closely with educational aims. Broadly speaking, it refers to learning that is guided by metacognition (thinking about one's thinking), strategic action (planning, monitoring, and evaluating personal progress against a standard), and motivation to learn. [full citation needed] "Self-regulated" . Summary In this article, we reviewed empirical studies on self-directed and self-regulated learning in e-learning context with the aim to get an overview of the use of terms self-directed learning and self-regulated learning, and find out the most widely used methods of studying SDL and SRL. Katrin Saks and Äli Leijen / Procedia Cited by:


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Using qualitative methods to enrich understandings of self-regulated learning (Special issue) Educational Psychologist A motivational science perspective on the role of student motivation in. Fostering Self-Regulated Learning Through ICT Giulana Dettori, Donatella Persico Self-Regulated Learning (SRL) is the process through which individuals control their own learning, from the cognitive, meta-cognitive, behavioral, emotional and motivational points of view.

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Similarly, self-regulated learning is often defined, at least in part, in terms of using metacognitive skill to adapt one's approach to complex learning situations or problems.

Perry, N. (), "Introduction: Using Qualitative Methods to Enrich Understandings of Self-regulated Learning," Educational Psychologist 37(1): Post, Y, Boyer, W., & Brett, L. (), "A Historical Examination of Self-regulation: Helping Children Now and in the Future," Early Childhood Education Journal 34(1):   The articles included in this special issue demonstrate how qualitative methodologies can be profitably employed to enhance understanding related to self-regulated learning (SRL) and the contexts that support it.

This concluding discussion underlines ways in which these articles contribute to an understanding of SRL, with a particular focus on the Cited by: Academic Emotions in Students’ Self-Regulated Learning and Achievement: A Program of Qualitative and Quantitative Research Reinhard Pekrun, Thomas Goetz, and Wolfram Titz DepartmentofPsychology we used qualitative as well as quantitative methods.

The logic underlying our strategy im. Introduction: Using qualitative methods to enrich understandings of self-regulated learning / Nancy E. Perry --Investigating teacher-student interactions that foster self-regulated learning / Nancy E.

Perry, Karen O. VandeKamp, Louise K. Mercer, and Carla J. Nordby --Using instructional discourse analysis to study the scaffolding of student. Self-regulated learning is a cyclical process, wherein the student plans for a task, monitors their performance, and then reflects on the outcome.

The cycle then repeats as the student uses the reflection to adjust and prepare for the next task. The process is not one-size-fits-all; it should be tailored for individual students and for specific.

"This book describes successful large-scale interventions for teaching self-regulated learning to varied groups of learners in diverse situations. With careful attention to both conceptual bases and implementation strategies, the volume demonstrates that the field of self-regulated learning has made significant progress in theory, research, and 5/5(1).

Heuristics and Taxonomy. Chapter. Using qualitative methods to enrich understandings of self-regulated learning. Educational Psychologist, Special Issue, 37(1), 1– Google Scholar.

Dember, W. The Psychology of Perception. New York: Henry Holt and Company. A Qualitative Account of the Nature and Use of Self-Regulated Learning (SRL) Strategies Employed by University Students Effat Alvi Zafar Iqbal Fatima Masood Tooba Batool University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan Abstract: Students' conceptions of how they initiate, plan, implement and monitor self-regulated learning (SRL) strategies have.

of self-regulated learning skills to facilitate the acquisition of knowledge. Based on the expectation that self-regulated learning will better prepare students for the demands of higher education, secondary education has for some time now put a clear emphasis on this approach.

Also in primary education the teaching of self-regulated learning. Using qualitative methods to enrich understandings of self-regulated learning (Special issue).

Educational Psychologist, 37, 1 – 3. Crossref, Google Scholar: Pintrich, P. Educational psychology at the millennium: A look back and a look forward.

Educational Psychologist, 35, – Crossref, Google ScholarCited by: Self-regulated learning is both a theory and a field of research on self-regulated school learning which emerged in the mids. Focusing on the principle that learning is an active and constructive process, research has enquired into the ways in which learners can take control of their own learning processes.

While there have been many articles published in the area of self-regulated learning, there is a need to have a research article that solely emphasizes on how to put self-regulated learning theory into practice. In order to help teachers incorporate self-regulated learning theory into their classroom teaching and students to do so into their learning, the present author outlines four Cited by: 9.

How-to Instruction for Self-Regulated Learning Strategies Your role in helping students to gain self-regulation will be challenging and it is clear that your first attempt to teach a student a self-regulation strategy may not be successful.Start studying Self-regulated learning.

Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.Self-regulated learning is an important component of learningfor college students. Students can learn how to become self-regulated learners, andfaculty canfoster self-regulated learning in their classrooms.

Understanding Self-Regulated Learning Paul R. Pintrich This volume of New Directionsfor Teaching and Learning focuses on self-regu-File Size: KB.