Self-Regulated Learning (New Directions for Teaching and Learning, #126)

Self Regulated Learning New Directions for Teaching and Learning Self regulation involves students beliefs about their own potential for actions thoughts feelings and behaviors that will then allow them to work toward their own academic goals Clearly the need fo

  • Title: Self-Regulated Learning (New Directions for Teaching and Learning, #126)
  • Author: Héfer Bembenutty Einat Lichtinger Michael Middleton Eleanor Abrams Jayson Seaman Timothy J. Cleary Judi Randi Lyn Corno
  • ISBN: 9781118091630
  • Page: 260
  • Format: Paperback
  • Self regulation involves students beliefs about their own potential for actions, thoughts, feelings and behaviors that will then allow them to work toward their own academic goals Clearly, the need for self regulation in higher education is crucial, This volume describes the theories, tools, and techniques that can be used to assist in the promotion of self regulation inSelf regulation involves students beliefs about their own potential for actions, thoughts, feelings and behaviors that will then allow them to work toward their own academic goals Clearly, the need for self regulation in higher education is crucial, This volume describes the theories, tools, and techniques that can be used to assist in the promotion of self regulation in students including areas such as goal orientations, self efficacy beliefs, social comparisons, self monitoring, and self evaluation.Edited by H fer Bembenutty, assistant professor of educational psychology at Queens College of the City University of New York, this is the 126th volume of the Jossey Bass quarterly report series New Directions for Teaching and Learning, which offers a comprehensive range of ideas and techniques for improving college teaching based on the experience of seasoned instructors and the latest findings of educational and psychological researchers.Contents Introduction self regulation of learning in postsecondary education H fer Bembenutty Purpose of engagement in academic self regulation Einat Lichtinger, Avi Kaplan Self regulation and achievement goals in the college classroom Akane Zusho, Kelcey Edwards Understanding and facilitating self regulated help seeking Stuart A Karabenick, Myron H Dembo Self regulation and learning strategies Claire Ellen Weinstein, Taylor W Acee, JaeHak Jung Academic delay of gratification and academic achievement H fer Bembenutty Resistance and disidentification in reflective practice with preservice teaching interns Michael Middleton, Eleanor Abrams, Jayson Seaman Professional development needs and practices among educators and school psychologists Timothy J Cleary Transitioning from college classroom to teaching career self regulation in prospective teachers Judi Randi, Lyn Corno, Elisabeth Johnson The role of Web 2.0 technologies in self regulated learning Anastasia Kitsantas, Nada Dabbagh Self regulation of learning with computer based learning environments Jeffery A Greene, Daniel C Moos, Roger Azevedo New directions for self regulation of learning in postsecondary education He fer Bembenutty.

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