Adult Learning Collection: Fostering Self-Regulated Learning Through Ict, 1st Edition

  • Giuliana Dettori
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  • ISBN-10: 1616929030
  • ISBN-13: 9781616929039
  • DDC: 371.33
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 472 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2011 | Published/Released September 2011
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2011

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This book presents the relationship between SRL and ICTs from several standpoints, addressing both theoretical and applicative issues, providing examples from a range of disciplinary fields and educational settings.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Editorial Advisory Board.
List of Reviewers.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
1: Self–Regulated Learning and Technology–Enhanced Learning Environments: An Opportunity–Propensity Analysis.
2: Measuring and Profiling Self–Regulated Learning in the Online Environment.
3: Design of the SEAI Self–Regulation Assessment for Young Children and Ethical Considerations of Psychological Testing.
4: Self–Regulated Strategies and Cognitive Styles in Multimedia Learning.
5: Re–Conceptualizing Calibration Using Trace Methodology.
6: Using Student Assessment Choice and eAssessment to Achieve Self–Regulated Learning.
7: The Role of SRL and TELEs in Distance Education: Narrowing the Gap.
8: Strategies to Promote Self–Regulated Learning in Online Environments.
9: Influence of Task Nature on Learner Self–Regulation in Online Activities.
10: Theoretical and Practical Issues in Designing a Blended e–Learning Course of English as a Foreign Language.
11: Evaluating Web Content for Self–Directed Language Learning.
12: Using Video as a Retrospective Tool to Understand Self–Regulated Learning in Mathematical Problem Solving.
13: Activating a Self–Regulated Process: The Case of a Remedial Activity within an ICT Environment.
14: Assessing Self–Regulation Development through Sharing Feedback in Online Mathematical Problem Solving Discussion.
15: The Role of Self–Regulated Learning in Enhancing Conceptual Understanding of Rate of Chemical Reactions.
16: Enriching Quality of Self–Regulated Learning through Technology–Enhanced Learning Environments: A Malaysian Case Study.
17: Mark–UP: Promoting Self–Monitoring of Reading Comprehension through Online Environment.
18: Self–Regulation of Learning Supported by Web 2.0 Tools: An Example of Raising Competence on Creativity and Innovation.
19: Exploring the Effects of an Optional Learning Plan Tool in Technology–Enhanced Learning.
20: Reference Course Model: Supporting Self–Regulated Learning by Cultivating a University–Wide Media Culture.
21: Fostering Self–Regulated Learning in e–Health.
22: Informal Self–Regulated Learning in Corporate Organizations.
23: Face–to–Face and Web–Forum Interventions Promoting SRL Skills at University.
24: SRL/SDL and Technology–Enhanced Learning: Linking Learner Control with Technology.
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.