Self-regulated


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Self`-reg´u`la`ted


a.1.Regulated by one's self or by itself.
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What we call nature is a certain self-regulated motion or change; and nature does all things by her own hands, and does not leave another to baptize her but baptizes herself; and this through the metamorphosis again.
Abstract: This scoping study builds on the recent uncovering that in terms of health and safety (H&S), the Nigerian construction industry is self-regulated in various forms, not unregulated and that the size of company can further explain H&S self-regulation.
This article describes the findings of a study that examined the relationship between self-regulated approaches to learning, self-efficacy, independent study behaviors, and grade point average.
In the Social Cognitive Theory, a kind of learning called Self-Regulated Learning, has considered the learning both of training and educational dimensions; and in this method, learners will have personal control on the training; therefore, it will leave learners with speed and high accuracy in learning, training issues such as higher self-reliance, higher self-efficiency and responsibility (Zimmerman, 1990).
Recent research findings attest to the importance and efficacy of programs promoting self-regulated learning strategies at improving students' academic achievement (Dignath, Buettner, & Langfeldt, 2008; Rosario, Gonzalez-Pienda et al., 2010).
The primary purpose of the study was to develop and gather initial psychometric information regarding the Academic Self-Regulation Scale (ASRS), a measure of students' use of abilities and strategies of self-regulated learning.
Other attitudinal variables must also be investigated (Chaffin & Harlow, 2005) such as cognitive styles, motivation, metacognition and self-regulated learning.
This approach is based on the adaptation of Scrum to teaching and learning in the context of the self-regulated learning framework (Young, 2005).
The module and lessons consist of a summary, goals and objectives, challenges or problems, content standards, guidelines for the use of a STEM research notebook in different content areas, explanation of concepts for various content classes, lesson plan components, teacher background information, strategies for launching the module, prerequisite skills, potential STEM misconceptions, self-regulated learning process components, strategies for differentiating instruction and for English language learners, safety considerations, desired outcomes and monitoring success, an assessment plan, and a timeline.