Self-regulated learning theory

Published on Jan 1, 2002
D. F. Kauffman1
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S. Lehman1
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Background: In order to reform practical teaching about the pharmaceutical management experimental course, to make an investigation and analysis of the students’ three independent learning ability status in the environment of “Know-all pharmacy V2.0” software, and to provide a new theoretical basis for the pharmaceutical management experimental course teaching. The results show that the “three independent learning” method is obviously more effective and superior than the traditional teaching in ...
#1James R. SegedyH-Index: 9
#1John S. Kinnebrew (Vandy: Vanderbilt University)H-Index: 18
#2James R. Segedy (Vandy: Vanderbilt University)H-Index: 9
Last. Gautam Biswas (Vandy: Vanderbilt University)H-Index: 77
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Metacognition and self-regulation are important for developing effective learning in the classroom and beyond, but novice learners often lack effective metacognitive and self-regulatory skills. However, researchers have demonstrated that metacognitive processes can be developed through practice and appropriate scaffolding. Betty’s Brain, an open-ended computer-based learning environment, helps students practice their cognitive skills and develop related metacognitive strategies as they learn sci...
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May 1, 2013 in EDM (Educational Data Mining)
#1John S. KinnebrewH-Index: 18
#2Kirk M. LoretzH-Index: 2
Last. Gautam BiswasH-Index: 77
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Computer-based learning environments can produce a wealth of data on student learning interactions. This paper presents an exploratory data mining methodology for assessing and comparing students' learning behaviors from these interaction traces. The core algorithm employs a novel combination of sequence mining techniques to identify dierentially frequent patterns between groups of students (e.g., experimental versus control conditions or high versus low performers). We extend this technique by ...
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#1John S. Kinnebrew (Vandy: Vanderbilt University)H-Index: 18
#2Gautam Biswas (Vandy: Vanderbilt University)H-Index: 77
Last. Roger S. Taylor (Vandy: Vanderbilt University)H-Index: 11
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We have developed a computer-based learning environment that helps students learn science by constructing causal concept map models. The system builds upon research in learning-by-teaching (LBT) and has students take on the role and responsibilities of being the teacher to a virtual student named Betty. The environment is structured so that successfully instructing their teachable agents requires the students to learn and understand the science topic for themselves. This learning process is supp...
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#1Xiang-ling Wang (AHPU: Anhui Polytechnic University)
Research on the states in self-regulated learning ability for the university students in the sports teaching currently with the self-regulated learning theory in the method of questionnaire survey and statistics. The results show that there are some differences between the male and female students in the level of self-regulated learning ability, and on the overall, the boys are superior to the girls, then it needs the teachers to provide some macroeconomic regulations and guidance in them from t...
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#1Gregory Schraw (UNLV: University of Nevada, Las Vegas)H-Index: 68
I provide a summary of the four invited articles in this special issue and compare and contrast different methods for measuring self-regulation in computer-based learning environments (CBLEs). I present a taxonomy that distinguishes between offline and online measures and further distinguishes subcategories within each of these categories. I discuss four measurement challenges, including orchestrating a repertoire of automated assessments to capture these ongoing activities, developing scoring r...
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#1Gautam Biswas (Vandy: Vanderbilt University)H-Index: 77
#2Hogyeong JeongH-Index: 7
Last. Rod D. RoscoeH-Index: 22
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We have developed a learning environment where students teach a computer agent using visual representations, and can monitor the agent's learning progress by asking her questions and having her take quizzes. The system provides self-regulated learning and metacognitive support via dialog-embedded prompts from Betty, the teachable agent, and Mr. Davis, the mentor agent. Our primary goals have been to support learning of complex science topics in middle school classrooms and facilitate development...
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Purpose: This study was conducted to develop a Web-based learning program on cardiopulmonary emergency care for clinical nurses and to evaluate learners' responses. Methods: Based on the assessment of learning needs of clinical nurses, a total of three self-directed learning modules were developed according to the procedure of the ADDIE (assessment, design, development, implementation, & evaluation) model. Results: Each learning module included the emergency treatments and drugs used in the real...
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