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By Scott G. Paris, Linda R. Ayres

ISBN-10: 155798252X

ISBN-13: 9781557982520

This e-book information how lecturers can motivate scholars to evaluate their very own educational growth each day and enhance serious pondering and examine abilities within the approach. It explores how scholars can develop into reflective and self-regulated freshmen - and what it could actually suggest to academics to turn into reflective versions of existence- lengthy studying. The authors current the idea that of actual evaluate, within which scholars actively evaluation their very own studying in ways in which are significant (or genuine) to their academic adventure. in accordance with a pilot venture in Michigan colleges, the authors talk about the scholar portfolio of labor as an review motor vehicle in addition to a bridge among university and residential. The textual content contains principles and recommendations for actions that supply either studying and overview possibilities.

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These establish a pattern of selfassessment that can become proficient with practice. Self-assessment is not just relevant for young children; it is important for self-regulated learning at all ages. In an analysis of literacy practices in New Zealand and Australia, van Kraayenoord (1993) pointed out that self-assessment promotes students’ senses of ownership and responsibility, two critical aspects of literacy development that must be nurtured throughout students’ schooling. She suggested that teachers in all grades can foster self-assessment by encouraging students to examine artifacts that they create, review progress through record keeping, a document their interests, choices, and preferences, confer with teachers, a write collaboratively, and a share personal responses.

What exactly i s self-regulated learning and why is i t important? What class- room activities motivate children to be inquisitive and inde- Self-Regulated Learning I 25 pendent? What are the psychological dynamics of teaching and learning that we can identify and implement in other classrooms? We address these kinds of questions in this section as we identify principles of learning, teaching, and assessment that are evident in classrooms like Joanie Moore’s. ICHARACTERISTICS OF SELF-REGULATED LEARNING I Self-regulated learning describes the motivated and strategic efforts of students to accomplish specific purposes.

6. Assessments should be based on authentic and meaningful tasks that are consistent with the regular curriculum and instruction provided in the classroom. 7. Assessments should be fair and equitable to all students regardless of prior achievement, gender, race, language, or cultural background. 8. Assessments should measure students’ motivation, attitudes, and affective reactions about the curriculum as well as their cognitive skills, strategies, and knowledge. 9. Assessments should include exhibits, portfolios, and performances to demonstrate a wide range of behavior and accomplishments.

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