Self-regulated Learning: Monitoring

Researcher
Macmillan Employee
Macmillan Employee
0 0 144

Monitoring is a skill associated with self-regulated learning (SRL). Self-monitoring skills fall into
the performance phase of SRL, where an individual is responsible for tracking their current state
of performance, deploying learning strategies, and monitoring their progress towards a goal.
To do this, students need to recognize whether they understand information and identify gaps
in their knowledge in order to self-select a strategy to bring performance closer to the goal.
Monitoring skills can be broken down into self-control skills, such as self-instruction or attention
focusing, and self-observation skills, such as self-recording and systematically varying behaviors
to change performance

Learn more about the research on Self-regulated Learning: Monitoring below!