Self-regulated learning and academic achievement: An overview
Educational psychologist 25 (1): 3-17 (1990)

Educational researchers have begun recently to identify and study key processes through which students self-regulate their academic learning. In this overview, I present a general definition of self-regulated academic learning and identify the distinctive features of this capability for acquiring knowledge and skill. Drawing on subsequent articles in this journal issue as well as my research with colleagues, I discuss how the study of component processes contributes to our growing understanding of the distinctive features of students' self-regulated learning. Finally, the implications of self-regulated learning perspective on students' learning and achievement are considered. Self-Regulated Learning and Academic Achievement: An Overview. Available from: accessed Aug 31, 2017.
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