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Differences in self-regulated learning between gifted students, students with special needs and other students in Slovenian schools
Eva Kranjec, Karin Bakračevič, 2023, original scientific article

Abstract: Self-regulated learning strategies play a crucial role in learning progress and academic achievement of different groups of students. The purpose of the present study is to investigate differences in the use of self-regulatory strategies among a sample of 1,495 students, aged 12 to 15 years, representing three groups: gifted students, students with special needs, and other students. The theoretical framework for the study is Pintrich's (1991) model of self-regulated learning. Data were collected using the Motivated Strategies for Learning Questionnaire (MSLQ). Results indicated that gifted students scored significantly higher on the MSLQ subscales of motivation and learning strategies than students with special needs and other peers. Special needs students reported lower intrinsic and extrinsic goal orientation and weaker self-efficacy in learning and achievement than other students. There were no significant differences between these two groups on the MSLQ learning strategies subscales. Positive and statistically significant associations between the MSLQ subscales and final grades in three school subjects (Slovenian, mathematics, and foreign language) were also confirmed. We discuss the implications of our findings for future research and the educational context that contributes most to the development of self-regulated learning in all groups of students.
Keywords: self-regulated learning, MSLQ, gifted students, special needs, academic performance
Published in DKUM: 31.05.2024; Views: 109; Downloads: 0
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Starostne razlike v samoregulaciji učenja
Karin Bakračevič, Marta Licardo, 2011, original scientific article

Abstract: V pričujoči raziskavi smo želeli preučiti razvoj različnih področij samoregulacije v obdobju mladostništva in zgodnje odraslosti. Študija je vključevala učence v zaključnih razredih osnovne šole, stare 14-15 let, gimnazijce, stare 17-18 let, in študente, stare 22-23 let. Za pridobivanje informacij o kognitivni, metakognitivni in motivacijski samoregulaciji pri učenju smo uporabili Vprašalnik metakognitivnih, kognitivnih in motivacijskih strategij (Motivated Strategies for Learning Questionnaire MSLQ; Pintrich, 1991). Merili smo tudi metakognitivno točnost ob reševanju problemov. Le-ta naj bi nakazovala dejansko zmožnost metakognitivne samoregulacije. Rezultati so med starostnimi skupinami pokazali naslednje razlike: zaznana sposobnost samoregulacije je glede na skupino osnovnošolcev v obdobju srednjega šolanja upadla in nato zopet narasla v obdobju študija. Omenjena tendenca se ni pokazala v meritvi metakognitivne točnosti, pri kateri smo beležili izboljšanje skozi celotno raziskovano obdobje. Pokazale so se tudi zanimive razvojne razlike med spoloma: razlike v zaznani zmožnosti samoregulacije med fanti in dekleti so bile veliko večje v obdobju zgodnjega mladostništva (osnovnošolci), nato so se z naraščajočo starostjo zmanjšale (skupina srednješolcev) in v obdobju poznega mladostništva oziroma zgodnje odraslosti (skupina študentov) so razlike praktično izginile. Razlog za to lahko najverjetneje iščemo v različni hitrosti razvoja samoregulacije med fanti in dekleti.
Keywords: samoregulacija, metakognicija, starostne razlike, učenci, učenje, mladostniki, Vprašalnik metakognitivnih, kognitivnih in motivacijskih strategij (MSLQ), Naloge verbalno-logičnega razmišljanja
Published in DKUM: 21.12.2015; Views: 1280; Downloads: 90
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