She has decided to learn 25 vocabulary words a week and is planning how she will study grammar. She is in which of Zimmerman's phases of self-regulated learning?
The social cognitive theory is different from the social learning theory in that it:
Includes cognitive factors such as beliefs, expectations and perceptions of self
Observational learning can lead to the following possible outcomes:
Teaching new behaviors and attitudes
He often refuses to do his work and gets out of his seat. Lately, Colin has noticed that the students around him actually do their work and remain in their seat throughout each lesson. Colin begins to finish his work and remain in his seat after a couple days. What does Colin’s change in behavior represent?
Reginald knows what he needs to study for his anthropology class and realizes he studies best with a partner in a study room in the library. He is very interested in the subject matter, finds his textbook very informative, and wants to get an A. However, he isn't in the mood to read and would rather watch TV. What element of self-regulated is Reginald currently lacking?
An explanation of behavior that emphasizes the mutual effects of the individual and environment on each other is:
Triarchic reciprocal causality
The capacity to coordinate learning skills, motivation and emotions to reach your goals
The sources of self-efficacy include the following:
Level of arousal
Nina, a popular 8th grader, has been smoking cigarettes in the bathroom and has not been punished for it. Now, other girls have taken up smoking. What phenomenon would Kounin use to explain what has happened?
The process of activating and sustaining thoughts, behaviors, and emotions in order to reach goals is called:
What is the correct order of Winne and Hadwin's four-phase model of self-regulated learning?
Analyzing the task
setting goals and designing plans
enacting tactics to accomplish the task
Cognitive behavior modification is a process is used to regulate behavior
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