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Eastern Psychological Association 2021 Virtual Conference
Self-regulation of academic efforts directly predicts academic performance. However, students engage in regulation of learning in various degrees depending on the content and context. A mixed-methods study was conducted to investigate the intra-student differences of learning strategies in face-to-face and online courses. The results showed statistically significantly higher scores for motivation and study strategies in the classroom setting. The online environment presented more challenges to students, who seemed less autonomous and independent in their learning.
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Gebbia, Melissa Ph.D. and Alcruz, Joanna Ph.D., "Learning strategies in different environments: Self-regulated learning in traditional and online courses" (2021). Faculty Works: Education. 92.