Self-regulation in online learning

  title={Self-regulation in online learning},
  author={Moon-Heum Cho and D. Shen},
  journal={Distance Education},
  pages={290 - 301}
  • Moon-Heum Cho, D. Shen
  • Published 2013
  • Psychology
  • Distance Education
  • The purpose of this study was to examine the role of goal orientation and academic self-efficacy in student achievement mediated by effort regulation, metacognitive regulation, and interaction regulation in an online course. The results show that intrinsic goal orientation and academic self-efficacy predicted students’ metacognitive self-regulation; however, extrinsic goal orientation did not predict any type of regulation. Effort regulation and the amount of time spent in Blackboard predicted… CONTINUE READING
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