By Giulana Dettori, Donatella Persico

ISBN-10: 1616929014

ISBN-13: 9781616929015

Self-Regulated studying (SRL) is the method in which members keep watch over their very own studying, from the cognitive, meta-cognitive, behavioral, emotional and motivational issues of view. via info and verbal exchange applied sciences (ICTs) it really is a big interdisciplinary competence which has more and more won consciousness some time past couple of many years since it ends up in superior studying and it is helping humans to deal with the demanding situations of life-long-learning within the wisdom society.Fostering Self-Regulated studying via ICTs offers the connection among SRL and ICTs from numerous standpoints, addressing either theoretical and applicative matters, delivering examples from a number of disciplinary fields and academic settings. This e-book comprises 24 chapters by way of a complete of fifty seven authors from 28 varied associations in thirteen international locations.

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We do so in order to explore the potential interaction between aspects of SRL and learning in TELEs. We now turn our attention to the remaining questions posed in the introduction, and attempt to answer such inquiries by relying on the body of empirical evidence collected to date. To complete this task, we reviewed 75 empirical studies. Because many studies attempted to answer multiple questions, we first summarize common methodologies, and then treat findings as they relate to each question separately.

Thus, self-regulation is an important aspect of propensity. Viewed in this light, learning successes and failures within TELEs can be diagnosed in a retrospective manner. , because it was poorly designed or confusing) or due to the fact that students failed to enter the TELE with a sufficient level of prior knowledge, aptitude, motivation and self-regulation. QUEStIon 2: WHAt tYPES oF tELE HAVE BEEn USEd to EXAMInE tHE RELAtIonS BEtWEEn SRL And tELES? Until this point, we have been focused primarily on the assumptions made by various theorists as they define SRL, and the ways in which we can collectively discuss them using like terms.

What we find is that different structures within a TELE, including the presence of tutors, prompts and tools, influence the learning process in unique ways. QUEStIon 3: WHEn IndIVIdUALS EnGAGE In SRL BEHAVIoRS In A WELL-dESIGnEd tELE, do tHEY SHoW GREAtER LEARnInG tHAn tHEIR PEERS WHo EnGAGE In FEWER SRL BEHAVIoRS? Of the questions we posed in the beginning of this chapter, this question can be answered in the most straightforward manner. While learning with paper-based and identical but computer-based learning materials yield non-significant differences in achievement, TELEs do cause learners to acquire more knowledge than non-enhanced conditions.

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