The Emergence and Early Development of Self-regulation in Young Children

  title={The Emergence and Early Development of Self-regulation in Young Children},
  • Published 2012
It is amply recognised in the literature that metacognitive and self-regulatory abilities are of fundamental significance for children’s general and academic development, and also, that these abilities are highly teachable. When do these skills emerge and how do they develop are questions still open to debate, and therefore, subject to new evidence accumulated in the field. In this paper we aim to provide a general overview of the significant advances in the last decade of research regarding… CONTINUE READING

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