Strategies for Promoting Self-Regulation in online Learning Environment: An Analytical Review

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Ambica Vishwakarma, Nishi Tyagi


Self-regulated learning (SRL) is a style of academically effective learning in which students must set goals and develop strategies before beginning to learn. Learners must monitor and regulate their cognition, motivation, and conduct, as well as reflect on their learning process, under this pandemic environment. Online learning is catalyzing a pedagogical shift in how we teach and learn. There is a shift away from top-down lectures and passive learners to a more participatory, collaborative approach in which students and teachers co-create the learning process. Instructors should use the right method to ensure that their students can benefit from the online learning environment. In this study, we acquired, summarized, and analyzed 45 publications published between 2012 and 2021 on diverse subjects relevant to SRL, with a focus on SRL techniques and problems in an online learning context. In order to provide a thorough study, this review incorporates many models, phases, and a few extra SRL-related subjects.

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