Self-regulation occurs when students consciously organize, monitor, evaluate and ultimately take control of their own learning. Educators can design learning activities that assist learners in building and developing their self-regulations skills. 21CLD: Self-Regulation introduces you to the idea of self-regulation and the dimensions of working on long-term projects, students planning their own work and providing opportunities to revise work based on feedback.
To frame and answer the questions:
- What are the big ideas in self-regulation?
- What do we mean by long-term activity?
- How important is defining learning goals and success criteria in advance of undertaking work?
- How important is having the opportunity to revise work based on feedback?