The Effect of Self-Regulated Learning Strategies on Performance in Learner Controlled Computer-Based Instruction
Educational Technology Research and Development Volume 44, Number 2, ISSN 1042-1629
Describes a study of seventh graders that examined the effect of self-regulated learning strategies (SRLS) on performance in learner-controlled and program-controlled computer-based instruction. Program control seemed to minimize the performance difference between low and high levels of SRLS. (Author/LRW)
Young, J.D. (1996). The Effect of Self-Regulated Learning Strategies on Performance in Learner Controlled Computer-Based Instruction. Educational Technology Research and Development, 44(2), 17-27.
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