Teachers and parents often guide students through the K-12 learning experience. While this support can be seen as a helpful tool during primary and secondary education, these students often experience difficult transitions when they are suddenly expected to be self-directed and self-motivated upon entrance to college. Engaging with these students and helping them to become self-regulated learners in the college environment is critical to their success.
Participants in this webinar will learn teaching strategies and techniques for engaging their students and assisting them in becoming self-regulated learners, which will lead to academic success.
By the end of this webinar, participants will be able to:
- Explore some of the theories behind self-regulated learning
- Describe the characteristics of self-regulated learners
- Articulate why reflecting on personal learning and goal progression leads to self-regulation
- Identify effective instructional methods, strategies, and techniques that can be incorporated into their classroom that will lead to self-regulated learning