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Self-monitoring of self-regulation during math homework behavior using standardized diaries

Schmitz, Bernhard and Perels, Franziska (2011):
Self-monitoring of self-regulation during math homework behavior using standardized diaries.
In: Metacognition and Learning, pp. 255-273, 6, (3), [Article]

Abstract

Abstract This study aims at enhancing math learning and general self-regulation by supporting daily self-regulated learning during math homework. The authors use standardized diaries as a self-monitoring tool to support self-regulatory behaviour. Following the theory of self-monitoring, frequent selfmonitoring of self-regulation will lead to an enhancement of self-regulated learning. Complete data stem from a sample of 195 8th grade students. 95 students from the experimental group answer questions in diaries for a period of 49 days and participate in the pre-post measurement whereas the control group only works on the pre- and posttests. The diary consists of questions regarding main components of self-regulation. The time-series analyses of the diary variables show a positive linear trend for self-regulation. The results of the analyses of variance for the pre-post experimental-control group comparison yielded time by group interactions for self-regulation and the math test.

Item Type: Article
Erschienen: 2011
Creators: Schmitz, Bernhard and Perels, Franziska
Title: Self-monitoring of self-regulation during math homework behavior using standardized diaries
Language: English
Abstract:

Abstract This study aims at enhancing math learning and general self-regulation by supporting daily self-regulated learning during math homework. The authors use standardized diaries as a self-monitoring tool to support self-regulatory behaviour. Following the theory of self-monitoring, frequent selfmonitoring of self-regulation will lead to an enhancement of self-regulated learning. Complete data stem from a sample of 195 8th grade students. 95 students from the experimental group answer questions in diaries for a period of 49 days and participate in the pre-post measurement whereas the control group only works on the pre- and posttests. The diary consists of questions regarding main components of self-regulation. The time-series analyses of the diary variables show a positive linear trend for self-regulation. The results of the analyses of variance for the pre-post experimental-control group comparison yielded time by group interactions for self-regulation and the math test.

Journal or Publication Title: Metacognition and Learning
Volume: 6
Number: 3
Divisions: 03 Department of Human Sciences > Institute for Psychology
03 Department of Human Sciences
Date Deposited: 02 Mar 2012 13:13
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Self-monitoring – Self-regulation – Diaries – Time-series – Homework – MathEnglish
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