How Far Have We Moved Toward the Integration of Theory and Practice in Self-Regulation ?

@inproceedings{Boekaerts2006HowFH,
  title={How Far Have We Moved Toward the Integration of Theory and Practice in Self-Regulation ?},
  author={Monique Boekaerts and Eduardo Cascallar},
  year={2006}
}
In this article, we address four main questions, including: What is self-regulated learning for? What key strategies do students need to guide and direct their own learning process? What cues in the learning environment trigger self-regulation strategies? What can teachers do to help student to self-regulate their learning, motivation, and effort in the classroom? We illustrate that answers to these questions have changed over time and that changing conceptualizations of the self-regulation… CONTINUE READING
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