Infobrief on Self-Regulation for Online Learning

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In the context of online education, self-regulation refers to students’ ability to “manage their own learning process” in an online learning environment without in-person teacher support. Students should set personal goals at the outset of an online learning experience and review the progress made toward these goals at the end of the experience.

In this report, Hanover examines:

  • Self-Regulation Strategies
  • Emotional Self-Regulation
  • Peer Collaboration and Supports
  • Motivation

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