What is the difference between a successful and an unsuccessful learner? Conventional wisdom often suggests the difference simply comes down to which students are “smarter” than others. Yet much educational research shows that the difference has more to do with the way students conceive of learning and with the processes and strategies students use to learn. Educational psychologists refer to the process of effective, strategic learning as self-regulated learning. This workshop will provide a basic overview of self-regulated learning and will present strategies to help student-athletes become self-regulated learners both in school and in their sports.