Self-regulated learning (SRL): Emergence of the RSRLM modelInternational Journal of Language Studies (2012)
This paper claims that the current theories of Self-regulated learning (SRL) are short-sighted. The author provides a comprehensive, but brief, overview of SRL which addresses such issues as (a) SRL processes, (b) SRL strategies, (c) compartments of SRL, (d) theories of SRL, (e) agency in SRL, and (f) models of SRL. He then presents a new model for SRL (namely, the Revised Self-Regulated Learning Model (RSRLM)), and focuses on the role of dyadic agency in SRL. The paper concludes that SRL models need to take into account the roles played by social support systems.
Publication DateSummer July 1, 2012
Citation InformationSalmani Nodoushan, M. A. (2012). Self-regulated learning (SRL): Emergence of the RSRLM model. International Journal of Language Studies, 6(3), 1-16.