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Self-Regulation in e-Learning Environments: A Remedy for Community College?

Haihong Hu, Marcy P. Driscoll
2013 Educational Technology & Society  
A mixed-methods study was conducted to examine the effects of self-regulated learning (SRL) strategy training on learners' achievement, motivation and strategy use in a web-enhanced College Success course  ...  This study empirically tested the effects of a technology-enabled strategy training intervention in a field setting; it contributes to the understanding about SRL and persistence in the community college  ...  Acknowledgements Special thanks to Dr. Sally Search and Ms. Laura Girtman and their students for assistance in conducting the study.  ... 
dblp:journals/ets/HuD13 fatcat:6calvy4hpjcbzd5tglufir7j2u

A self-directed adherence management program for patients with heart failure completing combined aerobic and resistance exercise training

Kathleen Duncan, Bunny Pozehl, Joseph F. Norman, Melody Hertzog
2011 Applied Nursing Research  
This study measured the impact of the Exercise Adherence Management Program (EAMP) provided to 20 patients with heart failure (HF) who participated in a combined resistance and aerobic exercise training  ...  The study supports the use of adherence strategies based on self-efficacy in exercise programs for patients with HF.  ...  Acknowledgments Funding for this study was provided by NIH, Grant#R15NR009215 This work was supported by the Clinical Research Center at the Nebraska Medical Center and the University of Nebraska Medical  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.apnr.2009.08.003 pmid:22099469 pmcid:PMC3222082 fatcat:wby6puuolbhblkyrx7iqjgosrm


2018 i-manager s Journal on School Educational Technology  
The study aimed to explore the effects of individual and collaborative web 2.0 technologies on the learning performance and self-regulation of secondary school students over traditional approach of learning  ...  It resulted that collaborative and individual web 2.0 technology have significant effects on learning performance and self-regulation of learning over traditional approach of secondary school students  ...  It is very important for the teachers and the students to know about how to teach, learn, and crowdfunding work for reaching and connecting large numbers of participants.  ... 
doi:10.26634/jsch.13.4.14541 fatcat:lutx5vfrwbfqpkzgmbsqhzvvse

Mindfulness Training & Assessment and Intelligence

Athanasios Drigas, Maria Karyotaki
2018 International Journal of Recent Contributions from Engineering, Science & IT  
Furthermore, mindfulness has been proven to foster stress resilience and create a great sense of interconnectedness so that it diminishes one's possible involvement in impulsive behaviors.  ...  Research can be focused on practioners' mindfulness skills training and assessment through smartphones as a cost-effective and usable, every day treatment.</p>  ...  The research team contrasted the effects of a 4-week web-based mindfulness program with a similarly structured 4week web-based creative writing active control program on proactive interference in working  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijes.v6i3.9248 fatcat:a2tucdrvfbal3e2nmrs3yz3auy

Mindfulness Interventions

J. David Creswell
2017 Annual Review of Psychology  
Mindfulness interventions aim to foster greater attention and awareness on present moment experience, and there has been a surge in randomized controlled trials (RCTs) of mindfulness interventions in recent  ...  outcomes; 2) evidence-based applications of mindfulness interventions to new settings and populations (e.g., the workplace, military, schools); 3) psychological and neurobiological mechanisms of mindfulness  ...  This account is based on the view that learning how to monitor experience with acceptance is an emotion regulation skill learned in mindfulness interventions that can foster stress resilience and coping  ... 
doi:10.1146/annurev-psych-042716-051139 pmid:27687118 fatcat:ih7xvqtnmbgeza3ioc5hfzsgnq

Triple P-Positive Parenting Program as a public health approach to strengthening parenting

Matthew R. Sanders
2008 Journal of family psychology  
Self-regulation is a unifying concept that is applied throughout the entire system (e.g., to interactions between children, parents, service providers, and agencies involved in delivering the intervention  ...  The Triple P-Positive Parenting Program is a comprehensive, multilevel system of parenting intervention that combines within a single intervention universal and more targeted interventions for high-risk  ...  We have sought to apply the concept of self-regulation to the development of these resources.  ... 
doi:10.1037/0893-3200.22.3.506 pmid:18729665 fatcat:3xcoosir4bdmritlvqiyfae6ma

A Framework for Designing Training Programs to Foster Self-Regulated Learning and Text Analysis Skills

Daniela Wagner, Sandra Dörrenbächer, Franziska Perels
2014 Education Research International  
The study's aim was to develop an intervention program and to evaluate its contribution to students' self-regulated learning (SRL) and text analysis skills.  ...  In order to investigate the effectiveness of the intervention in terms of transfer benefits on SRL and text analysis skills, 274 lower secondary students were examined in a pretest-training-posttest design  ...  Conflict of Interests The authors declare that there is no conflict of interests regarding the publication of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2014/510342 fatcat:4unn4dtnargljbz7pkgyvdfzfm

Implementation and evaluation of linked parenting models in a large urban child welfare system

Patricia Chamberlain, Sara Wolf Feldman, Fred Wulczyn, Lisa Saldana, Marion Forgatch
2016 International Journal of Child Abuse & Neglect  
At the request of child welfare system leaders, a third intervention was developed and implemented to train the social work workforce to use evidence-based principles in everyday interactions with caregivers  ...  In this paper, the implementation and evaluation of a policy-driven large system-initiated reform is described.  ...  In this paper, the implementation of an initiative that linked evidence-based parenting interventions in a large urban foster care system is described.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.chiabu.2015.09.013 pmid:26602831 pmcid:PMC4818186 fatcat:o6mighmnv5gr7c4463hzz55uxq

Learning From Examples: Fostering Self-Explanations in Computer-Based Learning Environments

Alexander Renkl, Robert K. Atkinson
2002 Interactive Learning Environments  
This paper discusses our own research on different types of computer-based learning environments that indirectly foster self-explanations by (a) fostering anticipative reasoning, (b) supporting self-explanations  ...  This type of economy argues for reconceptualizing cognitive skills acquisition as a lifelong process.  ...  On the other hand, in indirect interventions, self-explanations are not directly trained. Instead, the learning materials are structured in a way that fosters self-explanations.  ... 
doi:10.1076/ilee. fatcat:ouugnlrt7jac3oj5iti7ixr7oe

Integrated Method of Teaching in Web Quest Activity and Its Impact on Undergraduate Students' Cognition and Learning Behaviors: A Future Trend in Medical Education

Zohreh Badiyepeymaie Jahromi, Leili Mosalanejad
2015 Global Journal of Health Science  
Results: The results showed that the average of self-regulated learning and self-directed learning (SDL) increased after the educational intervention. However, the increase was not significant.  ...  Web Quest is one of the new ways of teaching and learning that is based on research, and includes the principles of learning and cognitive activities, such as collaborative learning, social and cognitive  ...  Acknowledgements This work was funded by a grant from Jahrom University of Medical Sciences, Iran.  ... 
doi:10.5539/gjhs.v7n4p249 pmid:25946931 pmcid:PMC4802140 fatcat:el5ser3ydrcxtgwyuy3gehmita

Facilitating stress prevention in micro and small-sized enterprises: protocol for a mixed method study to evaluate the effectiveness and implementation process of targeted web-based interventions

Miriam Engels, Leif Boß, Judith Engels, Rebekka Kuhlmann, Johanna Kuske, Sarah Lepper, Lutz Lesener, Valeria Pavlista, Mathias Diebig, Thorsten Lunau, Sascha A. Ruhle, Florian B. Zapkau (+7 others)
2022 BMC Public Health  
This study protocol describes a mixed method study design to evaluate the effectiveness of adapted stress prevention interventions and the implementation process via an integrated web-based platform ("  ...  Discussion Collecting data on the implementation process and the effectiveness of a web-based intervention will help to identify and overcome common barriers to stress prevention in MSE.  ...  Due to a restricted number of previous studies on the effectiveness of web-based tools for PRA, we are not sure about the expected effect sizes for the combined interventions.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12889-022-12921-7 pmid:35346127 pmcid:PMC8959270 fatcat:umfrwbrz6vhtvopzldawltrmay

Intervention Programs to Promote the Quality of Caregiver–Child Interactions in Childcare: A Systematic Literature Review

Benedetta Ragni, Francesca Boldrini, Ilaria Buonomo, Paula Benevene, Teresa Grimaldi Capitello, Carmen Berenguer, Simona De Stasio
2021 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
The main aim of this review was to examine the existing literature about Early Childhood Education Context (ECEC) intervention studies dedicated to caregiver–child interaction, fostering children's socioemotional  ...  Our review points to a range of fundamental issues that should consider to enhance ECEC interventions' efficacy, supporting children's socioemotional development and caregiver–child interaction.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph182111208 pmid:34769727 pmcid:PMC8583547 fatcat:fo4dlrburvervakz7fbnl3reua

Emotional competences in vocational education and training: state of the art and guidelines for interventions

Florinda Sauli, Matilde Wenger, Marina Fiori
2022 Empirical Research in Vocational Education and Training  
Ultimately, our goal is to open a discussion of emotional training as a novel domain of research for VET scholars and practitioners, and of how emotional competences could be introduced in a vocational  ...  Our purpose with this paper is twofold: a) we provide the state of the art on existing international scientific publications about emotional training interventions in VET and a summary of existing programs  ...  For example, in the case of a VET intervention, participants may be randomly assigned to: (1) emotional learning conducted in a classroom; (2) online training (two experimental groups); or (3) no training  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40461-022-00132-8 doaj:e90288387711449b9e3c224467117e82 fatcat:kokomaoanrckzcgxoiw6nbx2iq

An Evidence-Based Practice Educational Intervention for Athletic Trainers: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Cailee E. Welch, Bonnie L. Van Lunen, Dorice A. Hankemeier
2014 Journal of athletic training  
A series of 10 evidence-based practice (EBP) Web-based learning modules was an effective mechanism for enhancing EBP knowledge levels among athletic trainers.  ...  Conclusions: An educational intervention consisting of 10 Web-based modules was an effective mechanism to increase knowledge of foundational EBP concepts among ATs.  ...  Thus, self-regulation requires students to be self-motivated, active, goal-oriented learners. 16 Participation in a Webbased tutorial creates a large challenge, particularly when the participant is not  ... 
doi:10.4085/1062-6050-49.2.13 pmid:24568228 pmcid:PMC3975777 fatcat:qa3vqcf4azaaffg2zqxtbjinna

Strategies for Supporting Self-Regulation during Self-Directed Learning in the Workplace [chapter]

Bradford S. Bell
2017 Autonomous Learning in the Workplace  
Over the past decade, researchers have developed and evaluated a number of interventions designed to support self-regulated learning, including adaptive guidance, self-regulation prompts, planning interventions  ...  for supporting self-regulation during self-directed learning.  ...  Schmidt and Ford (2003) , however, found that a similar metacognitive training intervention enhanced metacognitive activity during a web-based training program, but only among trainees who were low in  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315674131-7 fatcat:xcj35i7wwnbtzoe6pgsdgsanai
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