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Month: August 2011

Where We Are and Where We Might Go – Part 1

Where We Are and Where We Might Go – Part 1

Self-regulated learning research in education has increased dramatically in the past several years. The history of the discipline reveals three eras, each with a dominant theme: development, intervention, and operation. During the era of development, researchers formulated theories and identified key self-regulatory processes. The era of intervention was characterized by research investigating methods for teaching self-regulatory processes to students and how their use related to achievement outcomes. The era of operation is concerned with determining how self-regulatory processes operate and…

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