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Supporting Self-Regulated Learning and Student Success in Online Courses
Describes a variety of learning activities in which students are guided through important concepts. These activities are usually automatically graded.
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Teaching Students to Be Students: Facilitating Self-Regulated Learning in Transitional Studies
Michael Gooch (DeVry University, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-6684-6500-4.ch015
Previous studies of self-regulated learning have focused primarily on K-12 learners in a co-present environment. This study focuses on the benefits of self-regulated learning techniques for adult learners taking transitional studies courses in the online modality. Advances in educational technology, including learning management systems and numerous interactive learning tools, have made it easier for subject matter experts, or SMEs, to design courses in which students learn key topics with minimal instructor intervention. This does not eliminate the instructor's role, but instead provides tools to allow the instructor to facilitate learning more effectively.
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Non-Traditional Students in Higher Education: Barriers and Strategies for Self-Directed Learning
Specific teaching methods used to assist students in achieving mastery of content.
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