Self regulation refers to the self directive process through which learners transform their mental abilities into task related skills zimmerman 2001 this is the method or procedure that learners use to manage and organize their thoughts and convert them into skills used for learning. Self regulation in educational settings focuses on the development of self regulation skills and motivational beliefs that support self regulation there has been a great deal of research since the early 1970s that ranges from applied to theoretical discussions of self regulation of learning. Behaviorally self regulation is the ability to act in your long term best interest consistent with your deepest values violation of ones deepest values causes guilt shame and anxiety . Shanker s 2010 self regulation calm alert and learning education canada 503 4 7 this is a great introductory article that describes self regulation and provides classroom based examples of self regulation in action. The self determination theory which was developed from the education psychology approach examines about intrinsic and extrinsic motivation in relation to the learners behaviours and regulation it denotes a sense of choice personal responsibility and self initiation of behaviours
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