• Computer Science
  • Published 2014

Self-regulated learning in digital environments: theory, research, praxis

@inproceedings{Johnson2014SelfregulatedLI,
  title={Self-regulated learning in digital environments: theory, research, praxis},
  author={Genevieve Marie Johnson and Sharon L. Davies},
  year={2014}
}
From a metacognitive perspective, self-regulated learning (SRL) refers to the cyclical processes of understanding the required task, developing a plan and implementing strategies to satisfy task requirements and monitoring the effectiveness of those strategies in achieving the desired outcome. A considerable volume of research establishes that the instructional tools available in digital learning environments are particularly useful in supporting SRL. This paper reviews current theoretical… CONTINUE READING

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