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Is it possible to improve mathematical achievement by means of self-regulation strategies? Evaluation of an intervention in regular math classes

Perels, Franziska and Dignath, Charlotte and Schmitz, Bernhard (2009):
Is it possible to improve mathematical achievement by means of self-regulation strategies? Evaluation of an intervention in regular math classes.
In: European Journal of Psychology of Education, pp. 17-32, 24, [Article]

Abstract

After the effectiveness of self-regulation training outside school was demonstrated, a self-regulation intervention was developed to foster the learning achievement in regular math classes. Based on the theoretical framework of self-regulated learning, self-regulation training was integrated into a math class unit. The evaluation of the intervention concerning 53 sixth-grade students took place in a pretest/posttest-control-group design. One teacher taught one class (control group) merely mathematical topics and another class (experimental group) in the same subject combined with self-regulative strategies. The results revealed that it is possible to support self-regulation competencies and mathematical achievement by self-regulation interventin within regular mathematics lessons of 6th-grade students.

Item Type: Article
Erschienen: 2009
Creators: Perels, Franziska and Dignath, Charlotte and Schmitz, Bernhard
Title: Is it possible to improve mathematical achievement by means of self-regulation strategies? Evaluation of an intervention in regular math classes
Language: English
Abstract:

After the effectiveness of self-regulation training outside school was demonstrated, a self-regulation intervention was developed to foster the learning achievement in regular math classes. Based on the theoretical framework of self-regulated learning, self-regulation training was integrated into a math class unit. The evaluation of the intervention concerning 53 sixth-grade students took place in a pretest/posttest-control-group design. One teacher taught one class (control group) merely mathematical topics and another class (experimental group) in the same subject combined with self-regulative strategies. The results revealed that it is possible to support self-regulation competencies and mathematical achievement by self-regulation interventin within regular mathematics lessons of 6th-grade students.

Journal or Publication Title: European Journal of Psychology of Education
Volume: 24
Divisions: 03 Department of Human Sciences > Institute for Psychology
03 Department of Human Sciences
Date Deposited: 22 Feb 2012 10:27
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Mathematics - Self-regulation - Strategy training - Student trainingEnglish
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