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Title: Using online learning networks to promote self-regulated learning in primary teacher education
Authors: Vrieling, Emmy
Bastiaens, Theo
Stijnen, Sjef
Keywords: self-regulated learning
networked learning
teachers' professional development
Issue Date: 2012
Citation: Vrieling, E. M., Bastiaens, Th. J., & Stijnen, P. J. J. (2012). Using online learning networks to promote self-regulated learning in primary teacher education. In C.D Maddux & Gibson (Ed.), Research highlights in technology and teacher education 2012 (pp. 101-109). Chesapeake, VA: Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE).
Abstract: Many recent studies have stressed the importance of students’ self-regulated learning (SRL) skills for successful learning. Consequently, teacher educators have begun to increase student teachers’ SRL opportunities in educational pre-service programs. Although primary teacher educators are aware of the importance of SRL, they often find it difficult to implement opportunities in their teaching. To provide more insight into relevant SRL aspects and support implementation in pre-service teacher education, this study first explores the benefits of online SRL learning networks. The authors then present seven SRL design principles for primary teacher education, and show the results of implementing these principles in non-formal learning contexts. Finally, based on the positive results of the implementation process, the authors describe emerging trends for SRL learning networks to enhance further use in pre-service teacher learning programs. In such educational settings, the SRL design principles can be used as a holistic framework.
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