MONITORING


The term monitoring can be used to describe learning that is guided by the use of unbiased, real time technology and individuals own strategic action (planning and evaluating personal progress against a standard), and motivation to learn.

We call it “Self-regulated learning (SRL) or self-regulated monitoring as the three words imply, emphasizes autonomy and control by the individual who monitors, directs, and regulates actions toward goals of information acquisition, expanding expertise, and self-improvement”. In particular, self-regulated learners are cognizant of their academic strengths and weaknesses, and they have a repertoire of strategies they appropriately apply to tackle the day-to-day challenges of academic tasks. These learners hold incremental beliefs about intelligence and attribute their successes or failures to factors within their control.

Finally, students who are self-regulated learners believe that opportunities to take on challenging tasks, practice their learning, develop a deep understanding of subject matter, and exert effort will give rise to academic success. In part, these characteristics may help to explain why self-regulated learners usually exhibit a high sense of self-efficacy. In the educational psychology literature, researchers have linked these characteristics to success in and beyond school.

Self-regulated learners are successful because they control their learning environment. They exert this control by directing and regulating their own actions toward their learning goals. Self-regulated learning should be used in three different phases of learning. The first phase is during the initial learning, the second phase is when troubleshooting a problem encountered during learning and the third phase is when they are trying to teach others. Self-regulated monitoring fosters planning and determination, it makes easier to understand what skills the learner has and what skills are needed. This allows students to internalize standards of learning so they can regulate their own learning.

We at AAS inculcate self-regulated learning habits among students the day they join our learning network and learning tools.

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