Category Archives: Self-regulated Learning

Implementing interventions and assessing SRL

Planning During the upcoming week we are going to be dwelling on the subject on how to implement effective interventions and how to assess SRL. So I’m anticipating that we will get information about how students can be helped to learn … Continue reading

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Memory, metacognition and SRL

Cognition can be defined as set of all mental abilities and processes related to knowledge: attention, memory and working memory, judgement and evaluation, reasoning and “computation”, problem solving and decision making, comprehension and production of language, etc. Metacognition can be … Continue reading

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Motivation and emotions in SRL

During this period we are going to concentrate on motivation and emotions’ side in SRL. This is, for some reason, a personal interest of mine. Perhaps for the reason that I have noticed during my studies how I more and … Continue reading

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Self-regulated learning (SRL)

I have started a new course in our LET studies called Self-regulated learning. In one of my previous post I talked about how during my studies I have noticed myself constantly observing, regulating and reflecting. I observe the learning environment, my own emotions … Continue reading

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