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Personalized E-learning system with self-regulated learning assisted mechanisms for promoting learning performance.
Due to their superior motivation (as compared to those who fail to self-regulate) and adaptive strategies, self-regulated students are more likely to succeed academically (Zimmerman 2002).
Self-regulated learners are those who "set goals for their learning and then attempt to monitor, regulate and control their cognition, intentions and behavior" (Pintrich, 2000, p.
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This volume brings together 12 chapters on self-regulated learning strategies for students who are at risk of school failure, focusing on their academic and behavioral skills and mental and physical health.
There is a growing body of research claiming to document that regulatoiy teaching is a strong predictor of self-regulated learning activities (Boekaerts & Como, 2005; Boekaerts, Koning, & Vedder, 2006; De la Fuente, Garcia-Berben & Zapata, 2013) but although the teacher's classroom is a powerful context for learning, there is divergent empirical evidence on the interaction between students' learning and the teacher's instructional approach.
2009), but self-regulated learning ability has gained special prominence within education research (Zimmerman, 2008; Zimmerman & Schunk, 2008), especially during adolescence.
In self-regulated learning students work on tasks while constructing personal strategies in their own words and self control over outcomes (Butler, 2002).
The purpose of the present study was to observe the effects of self-regulated decision making on major-related career choice.
Self-regulated learning has been regarded as a crucial factor in predicting passive procrastination, so researchers have been determining the relationship between active procrastination and self-regulation strategies, but the results have not been consistent (Chu & Choi, 2005; Corkin, Yu, & Lindt, 2011).
Self-regulated learning; an application of critical educational psychology.