To help students take control of their own learning environments and self-direct their engagement with course content, it’s important for educators to promote self-regulated learning. But what exactly is “self-regulated learning” and why is it important? Well, to start, it refers to one’s ability to regulate their emotions, cognitions, behaviours, and external factors during a learning experience. Barry Zimmerman, one of the most important researchers in this field, states that this skill can help students manage their own learning, especially when they fail because these types of students focus on how they can fix their weak points rather than giving in to their failures. Here’s a brief article outlining how educators can help students accelerate self-regulated learning.
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