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self-reg·u·la·tion

(self'reg-yū-lā'shŭn),
A three-stage strategy patients are taught to use to end risky health-associated behaviors such as smoking and overeating: stage 1: self-monitoring (self-observation), the first stage in self-regulation involves the person's deliberately attending to and recording his or her own behavior; stage 2: self-evaluation, the second stage, in which the person assesses what was learned by self-monitoring, such as how often and where smoking occurred, and uses those observational data to establish health goals or criteria; and stage 3: self-reinforcement, the third stage, in which the person rewards herself or himself for each behavioral success on the road to that goal, thereby enhancing the chance of reaching it.

self-reg·u·la·tion

(self'reg-yū-lā'shŭn)
A three-stage strategy patients are taught to use to end risky health-associated behaviors; stage 1: self-monitoring (self-observation); stage 2: self-evaluation; and stage 3: self-reinforcement.

self-reg·u·la·tion

(self'reg-yū-lā'shŭn)
Three-stage strategy patients are taught to use to end risky health-associated behaviors such as smoking and overeating: stage 1: self-monitoring (self-observation), the first stage in self-regulation involves the person's deliberately attending to and recording his or her own behavior; stage 2: self-evaluation, in which the person assesses what was learned by self-monitoring, such as how often and where smoking occurred, and uses those observational data to establish health goals or criteria; and stage 3: self-reinforcement, in which the person rewards herself or himself for each behavioral success on the road to that goal, thereby enhancing the chance of reaching it.
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Self-regulated students control their learning experiences through the use of a variety of strategies that are identified as metacognitive or cognitive (Duncan & McKeachie, 2005).
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2) The process variable of regulation, called regulatory teaching, involves adequate levels of structuring and assistance to facilitate and induce self-regulated learning (Kramarski & Michalsky, 2009).
Fortunately, self-regulated learning processes respond to training in academic contexts (Duckworth et al., 2009; Nunez, Rosario, Vallejo, & Gonzalez-Pienda, 2013) and ESO seems an optimal time to intervene in the classroom (Camahalan, 2006).
Self evaluation is usually an initial self reflective process that occurs after learning; and self-regulated learners evaluate accurately how well they are doing (Zimmerman, 1998).
This questionnaire performs the self-regulated profile assessment on students belonging to the society of knowledge.
As the adaptation of the learning content is believed to be associated with learning processes, it was hypothesised that intrinsic motivation, metacognition and self-regulated learning, and learning strategies would interact with learning content adaptation in affecting learning outcomes.
Young (2005) proposed a social cognitive framework for self-regulated learning.
In 2006, a study examined effects of self-regulated learning behaviors and epistemological beliefs on learner outcomes in the online learning environment, controlling for student computer self-efficacy and prior academic achievement (Bell, 2006).
Additionally, self-regulated learning requires that these skill sets be adaptive to accommodate different learning tasks.