Year of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Individualized Interdisciplinary Doctoral Program
Department or School/College
Interdisciplinary Studies Program
Shawn Clouse, Betsy Bach, Udo Fluck, Nancy Arnold
executive functioning, learning, metacognition, reflection, Self-regulated learning, video prompts
The University of Montana
This study explored video metacognitive prompts as a method of engaging students in self-regulated learning. The study was completed in the naturalistic setting of fully online learning. Such learning environments imply a distance between faculty and students that makes student self-direction vital to success. However students are only infrequently practicing self-regulated learning skills.
Sedgley, Janet, "VIDEO PROMPTS FOR SELF-REGULATED LEARNING: METACOGNITION AND REFLECTION ACTIVITY" (2015). Graduate Student Theses, Dissertations, & Professional Papers. 4600.
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