Self-Regulated Learning and Reading in Social Studies - K-12 Level

@inproceedings{KumiYeboah2012SelfRegulatedLA,
  title={Self-Regulated Learning and Reading in Social Studies - K-12 Level},
  author={Alex Kumi-Yeboah},
  year={2012}
}
[Abstract] Self-regulatory processes promote achievement in the basic skills of reading in social studies content. Research has found that self-regulatory behaviors in reading include clarifying one's purpose, understanding meanings, drawing inferences, looking for relationships, and reformatting text in one's own terms (Zimmerman & Campillo, 2003). The concept of self-regulation has been correlated with academic achievement in learners and has become increasingly recognized as a major concept… CONTINUE READING