This course examines Self-Regulated Learning (SRL) mainly from a social cognitive perspective, considering classroom practices that help students of all ages develop cognitive, metacognitive, and motivational skills and behaviours that will enable them to succeed as self-aware, goal-directed and strategic learners. TECs will develop/plan/explore practices that promote personalization of the curriculum by increasing student choice and voice, differentiating instruction, and enhancing learners' capacity for self-determination. This course will enhance TECs' knowledge and skills for developing successful, self-aware 21st century learners who are "engaged, thinking, proactive, responsive, and reflective" (refer to SRL Canada, www.srlcanada.ca).
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- 18 hours