Develop Self Regulating Skills is possible, both as a learner and as an educator. Digital technologies can be very useful, specially when Distance Teaching is required.
You can choose the activities and platforms you consider more appropriate!
Pre-phase: Student task comprehension
Second and third phase: Student monitoring/evaluating
First phase: Student planning/strategizing
Pre-phase: Task comprehension tools
First phase: Planning/strategizing tools
Second and Third phase: Monitoring/evaluating tools
Johnson and Davies (2014)
Think about it…
Did you know any from the digital learning tools you have seen in this Topic?
Have you ever used one?
Can you think about other activities that can be useful in SRL?
Can you make an example of digital educational tools for the task of “Calendaring” and “Time management”?
You are a teacher in High School and your country is currently in lockdown. You have to implement the lesson through distance teaching. You notice that your students are distracted, they spend their time using the phone and they have hard time in meeting deadlines.
What could you do to make the lesson more interactive?
Podcast on Self Regulated Learning
If you want to learn more about digital learning environments read the following:
Self-regulated learning: cyclical process wherein the student plans for a task, monitors the performance, and then reflects on the outcome.
Digital Learning Environment: areas in which the learner can use new technology to assist them in learning new information and skills.
Blended Learning: approach to education that combines online educational materials and opportunities for interaction online with traditional place-based classroom methods.
This topic was focused on the activities that could help to develop and improve the Self-regulated learning. Characteristics and basic elements of the different phases for the development of self-regulated learning were mentioned and analysed.