Guide for Teachers

How to Support
Learner's Self-Regulation

Three Phases for supporting Self-Regulation

Support learner in process of planning, monitoring and reflecting on their learning.
The learner goes through the cycle "plan - monitor - reflect" cycle.

Forethought phase

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Performance phase

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Self-reflection phase

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STRATEGY 1

Help learners with task understanding

Often the lack of learning motivation or poor academic achievement is due to inaccurate or poor task understanding.

Help learners with task understanding

Task understanding is knowing WHAT TO DO and HOW TO DO.
View methods for supporting

STRATEGY 2

Support to set goal

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STRATEGY 3

Teach to monitor strategies

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STRATEGY 4

Help with self-assesment

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How to help learners
with task understanding

Learner expected behavior

How Teacher could force this process

Learner should ask yourself

What is the task about?
Did I understand it
How did I understand?
What should I do?

Asking these questions is expected learning behaviour for a self-regulated learner.
The student should know what to do if the task is not clear to him or her.

Ask a learner  to explain in your own words how he or she understood a task. 

 

Methods:

 

Tools:

For example:
1. Read the instruction first;
2. Read again;
3. If you understand task requirements, start;
4. If you can’t understand, then … (ask your teacher, classmate)

Ask to read the task and choose which explanation best/correctly describes it.