Assessing Self-Regulation as a Cyclical, Context-Specific Phenomenon: Overview and Analysis of SRL Microanalytic Protocols

@article{Cleary2012AssessingSA,
  title={Assessing Self-Regulation as a Cyclical, Context-Specific Phenomenon: Overview and Analysis of SRL Microanalytic Protocols},
  author={T. Cleary and G. L. Callan and B. Zimmerman},
  journal={Education Research International},
  year={2012},
  volume={2012},
  pages={1-19}
}
  • T. Cleary, G. L. Callan, B. Zimmerman
  • Published 2012
  • Psychology
  • Education Research International
  • The primary purpose of this paper is to review relevant research related to the use of an assessment technique, called Self-Regulated Learning (SRL) Microanalysis. This structured interview is grounded in social-cognitive theory and research and thus seeks to evaluate students' regulatory processes as they engage in well-defined academic or nonacademic tasks and activities. We illustrate the essential features of this contextualized assessment approach and detail a simple five-step process that… CONTINUE READING
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