Self-Regulated Learning in K-12 Online Classroom Environments

ID: 55070 Type: Virtual Brief Paper
  1. Aubrey Statti and Sonimar Villegas, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, United States

Abstract: Self-regulation skills are closely related to academic achievement for learners and thus have become a more recognized and prioritized concept for cognitive psychologists in the field of education. This presentation seeks to provide an introduction to self-regulation skills necessary in the K-12 virtual classrooms. The background and theoretical framework of the topic will be briefly described as well as application for these skills in online learning environments. Further, the paper will close with a discussion of recommendations for future research on the topic.


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