|Language of instruction||English|
After completion of this course, the student
is capable of applying the basic principles of self-regulated learning to his/her own thinking
Self-regulated learning is a process by which students regulate their cognition, motivation and emotions. During this course students are introduced theoretical principles of self-regulated learning aligned with practical examples. Furthermore, this course will provide guided opportunities for the students to apply principles of self-regulated learning in their own learning.
|Learning activities and teaching methods||
The course will be delivered in the autumn term. The course consists of four different learning phases each focusing on different aspects of self-regulated learning. Each phase has a similar structure: One day face-to-face following by one week individual and one week collaborative learning. During the independent and collaborative phases students will be working online.
Face-to-face 30 h
Individual learning 80 h
Collaborative learning 70 h
1st year students in the LET Master’s Programme
|Recommended or required reading||
Hadwin, A. F., Järvelä, S., & Miller, M. (2011). Self-regulated, co-regulated and socially shared regulation of learning. In B. Zimmerman & D. Schunk (Eds.), Handbook of self-regulation of learning and performance (pp. 65-84). New York: Routledge.
|Assessment methods and criteria||Active participation in face-to-face, collaborative and individual learning. Successful completion of all the learning assignments and the exam.|
|Person responsible||Sanna Järvelä|
Last updated: 11/8/2015