The Journey and Passion of Two Social Studies

Learning to teach is not enough, future teachers also need to learn how to learn (Dembo, 2001). At this era of accountability, high-stakes teaching, Common Core Standards, Teacher Performance Assessment (edTPA), and Danielson Standards it is not possible to focus exclusively on training teachers on content, curriculum, and assessment. Teachers and teacher [...]

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Development and Triumph of Self-Regulation

Self-regulation of learning is not only a contemporary theory explaining acquisition, process, and development of motivation, knowledge, beliefs, affects, and performance, but [...]

An Interview with Dr. Dale – P2

4. Mentoring is a relatively new area of research in education. Do you think the four developmental levels (observation, emulation, self- control, and self-regulation) can be [...]

An Interview with Dr. Dale – P1

The following interview was conducted by Maria K. DiBenedetto, PhD, Baruch College, The City University of New York and was printed in the Winter 2012 Newsletter for the AERA [...]

A Shared Responsibility of All Human Agents

Educational psychology does not have the monopoly on research related to self-regulation. In fact, the proliferation of self-regulation research outside of educational [...]

Self-regulation of Learning and Self-Efficacy for Teaching

My education at Queens College, both undergraduate and graduate, has given me many different tools to apply to my career as a teacher. However, none has been more important to [...]

There’s no Self-Regulated Learning Strategy

Several advances in technology and help seeking will soon be available in an upcoming edited volume (Karabenick & Puustinen, Information Age Publishing). For example, [...]

Help Seeking as a Self-Regulated Learning Strategy

While seeking help can be an act of dependency, as once categorically considered, theory and evidence have resulted in the contemporary view that highlights its potential [...]