Barry J. Zimmerman
The Graduate Center, CUNY
Observational learningSelf-efficacyMetacognitionEducational psychologyDevelopmental psychologyMathematics educationSocial cognitive theoryPsychologyCognitionCognitive psychologyPedagogySelf-regulated learningSelf-managementGoal settingAcademic achievementExperiential learningSocial psychologySocial learningSocial cognitionTeaching method
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#1Barry J. Zimmerman (The Graduate Center, CUNY)H-Index: 90
Self-regulated learning refers to how students become masters of their own learning processes. Neither a mental ability nor a performance skill, self-regulation is instead the self-directive process through which learners transform their mental abilities into task-related skills in diverse areas of functioning, such as academia, sports, music, and health. This article will define self-regulated learning and describe the intellectual context in which the construct emerged, changes in researchers'...
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#1Barry J. Zimmerman (CUNY: City University of New York)H-Index: 90
#2Dale H. Schunk (UNCG: University of North Carolina at Greensboro)H-Index: 91
Last. Maria K. DiBenedettoH-Index: 9
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#1Barry J. ZimmermanH-Index: 90
#2Dale H. SchunkH-Index: 91
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#1Barry J. ZimmermanH-Index: 90
#2Dale H. SchunkH-Index: 91
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#1Barry J. ZimmermanH-Index: 90
#2Dale H. SchunkH-Index: 91
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#1Barry J. ZimmermanH-Index: 90
#2Dale H. SchunkH-Index: 91
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#1Barry J. ZimmermanH-Index: 90
#2Dale H. SchunkH-Index: 91
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#1Barry J. ZimmermanH-Index: 90
#2Dale H. SchunkH-Index: 91
Source
#1Barry J. ZimmermanH-Index: 90
#2Dale H. SchunkH-Index: 91
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