Analysis of the Features of the Junior and Senior High School Students of Regulated Learning under Asynchronous e-Learning in Japan

ID: 50162 Type: Full Paper
  1. Takayuki Araki, Musashino University, Japan
  2. Ryo Saito, Graduate School of Information Sciences, Tohoku University, Japan
  3. Tatsuya Horita, Graduate School of Information Sciences, Tohoku University, Japan

Wednesday, March 8 10:15-10:45 AM Location: Barton View on map

Presider: Sevinj Iskandarova, James Madison University, United States

Abstract: This study examined the relevance of several factors in junior and senior high school students to work on collaborative learning in the asynchronous e-Learning. In relation with the learning methods, the mutual evaluation activities promote regulated learning. Under this condition, a significant correlation was found between the learning log and their psychological personality. In the learning experience, we found a correlation between the regulated learning and their psychological personality for junior high school students, and between the regulated learning and NFC (the Need For Cognition) for senior high school students. In the Co-Regulated Learning which paired the junior high school and senior high school students, we confirmed there is a significant correlation between the total amount of words used in the learning log of junior high school students and the psychological characteristics, as well as the interaction strategies of paired senior high school students.


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