Self Regulated Learning

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What is self regulation?
An integrated learning process that consists of the development of a set of constructive behaviours that affect one's learning
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What are the three parts to self regulation?
motivation, volition and knowledge
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What does volition mean?
having the power to follow through and be persistant
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What does motivation mean?
seeing the purpose of the task
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What does knowledge mean?
understanding the subject, self and the task
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What are the four main parts to self regulating?
analysing the task, setting goals, engage in learning and then reflect on the process
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How can teachers promote self regulated learning?
teach new learning strategies, encourages reflection and create opportunities for students to analyse their success
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How can teachers promote self regulated learning and self efficacy?
assign tasks that are self-evaluative, assign complex and challenging tasks, share control with students and encourage collaboration
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