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Introduction to a Special Issue on Social Aspects of Self-Regulated Learning: Where Social and Self Meet in the Strategic Regulation of Learning


by Allyson Hadwin & Sanna Järvelä — 2011

This paper introduces the special issue.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 113 Number 2, 2011, p. 235-239
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 15975, Date Accessed: 6/29/2017 6:41:53 AM

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  • Allyson Hadwin
    University of Victoria
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    ALLYSON HADWIN is an associate professor at the University of Victoria and is a codirector of the Technology Integration and Evaluation (TIE) research lab. Her research focuses on the social aspects of self-regulated learning, as well as the ways that technologies can support self-regulation, shared regulation, and coregulation. Dr. Hadwin uses multiple methodologies to explore the dynamic and social nature of self-regulation as it evolves over time and through interaction with others.
  • Sanna Järvelä
    University of Oulu
    SANNA JÄRVELÄ is a professor in education and a head of the Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit (http://www.let.oulu.fi/) in the Department of Educational Sciences, University of Oulu, Finland. Her main research interests deal with motivational processes in learning and self-regulated and computer-supported collaborative learning.
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