Fostering self-regulated learning through the effective learning module: a case study in Turkish context
Lane, Jennie Farber
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This master’s thesis investigates the perceptions of students in an English preparatory school blended program towards the effectiveness of an Effective Learning Module (ELM). This module was designed to help students create an effective learning plan to become self-regulated learners. Specifically, within the ELM the research also aims to investigate the perceived effectiveness of goal setting, learning strategies, and evaluating resources to ultimately create a learning plan and implement it. This was a case study conducted in one state university with ten participants (Mage = 20.8). The results of the content analyses revealed perceived increases in the self-regulatory skills of the participants. Specifically, the participants perceived that the ELM was helpful for setting goals, and creating a learning plan. They also stated that they learned various learning strategies with the help of the ELM. Finally, the participants reported that they learned various methods to evaluate and select resources for learning. The findings, along with implications for practice and further research are discussed.
Effective learning module
Advising in language learning
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