self-regulated learning By group A4 - Mind Map

self-regulated learning By group A4 Mind Map
 
 
 
 

self-regulated learning By group A4 - Mind Map

20 days ago by: Tianshu Zhao
 
 
  • self-regulated learning skill
    • Definition
      • the extent to which learners are aware of their strengths and weaknesses and the strategies they use to learn(Guidence report).
      • Ability to control thoughts and respond to environmental demands(Zimmerman,2008).
    • Essential Components
      • cognition
        • what the strategy is
      • metacognition
        • why this strategy
      • motivation
        • stragegies to make myself willing to learn
    • Characteristics
      • inside&outside the classroom
      • different from age groups or tasks
    • it involves
      • Attending to key features of the environment
      • Resiting distractions
      • controlling emotions
      • Presisting when tasks are difficult
      • Responding appropriately,adaptively,flexibly
    • In classroom contexts
      • important for the future development of children
        • tackle complex intellectual tasks
      • require support from teachers
        • to construct positive believes and ensure engagement
        • to understand expactations and goals
        • to clarify stratgies need and to do pre-planning
        • to monitor students’ performance
        • adapt strategies for goals
        • evaluate strategies
    • Origin
      • Vygotsky: other-regulated →self-regulated
    • Effective teaching and learning
      • Agency: SRL promotes strategies to get knowledge and complete tasks by oneself rather than just do what one is told to do
      • Monitoring: SRL monitors the goal of learning, which is essential to effective learning
      • Effective teaching: Teachers can scaffold students' SRL rather than just convey knowledge and skills
      • Applying knowledge: If we view strategies as 'knowledge', then SRL is 'applying knowledge' and it is a type of learning transfer.
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