1. to define self-regulation and provide real examples;
2. to distinguish the different steps in the self-regulated learning cycle (plan and set goals, use strategies and monitor performance, reflect on performance, adapt);
3. the three theoretical concepts behind self-regulation (cognition, metacognition, and motivation).
- identify the steps towards self-regulated learning that build upon each other
- provide different examples of self-regulated learning;
- formulate some strategies for self-monitoring and reflection for a given problem.
- the neuroscientific executive functioning system related to self-regulated learning.
- the three-layered model of self-regulated learning;
- the difference between a fixed mindset and a growth mindset, and strategies to move towards a growth mindset.
- how Personal Learning Environments can support self-regulated learning skills.
- to self-regulate your learning process for a given problem.