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HAO, Qiang (The University of Hong Kong)

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  • 1. The Assessment of Self-RegulatedLearning: Where We Are TodayCentre for Information Technology in EducationQiang Hao, Research AssistantFaculty of Education, The University of Hong KongDr. Jingyan Lu, Assistant ProfessorFaculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong
  • 2. • What is Self-Regulated Learning (SRL)?Centre for Information Technology in EducationPurpose
  • 3. Purpose• What is Self-Regulated Learning (SRL)?Learning taskselectionCentre for Information Technology in Education
  • 4. Purpose• What is Self-Regulated Learning (SRL)?Learning taskselectionCentre for Information Technology in EducationPython
  • 5. Purpose• What is Self-Regulated Learning (SRL)?Centre for Information Technology in Education
  • 6. Purpose• What is Self-Regulated Learning (SRL)?Centre for Information Technology in Education
  • 7. Purpose• What is Self-Regulated Learning (SRL)?1. Read it first.2. Read and code atthe same time.3. Read, code, andapply solution toreal life problems…Centre for Information Technology in Education
  • 8. Purpose• What is Self-Regulated Learning (SRL)?1. Read it first.2. Read and code atthe same time.3. Read, code, andapply solution toreal life problems…Learning strategy adoptionCentre for Information Technology in Education
  • 9. Purpose• What is Self-Regulated Learning (SRL)?1. Make Schedule2. No sleep at the wrong time3. No game playing at the wrong time4. Finish all the listed learning tasks…Centre for Information Technology in Education
  • 10. Purpose• What is Self-Regulated Learning (SRL)?1. Make Schedule2. No sleep at the wrong time3. No game playing at the wrong time4. Finish all the listed learning tasks…Centre for Information Technology in EducationSelf-Control
  • 11. Purpose• What is Self-Regulated Learning (SRL)?Centre for Information Technology in EducationLearning task selectionLearning strategy adoptionSelf-Control
  • 12. Purpose• What is Self-Regulated Learning (SRL)?Centre for Information Technology in EducationLearning task selectionLearning strategy adoptionSelf-ControlSelf-evaluationSelf-reflection
  • 13. Purpose• What is Self-Regulated Learning (SRL)?Centre for Information Technology in Education
  • 14. Purpose• What is Self-Regulated Learning (SRL)?Centre for Information Technology in Education
  • 15. Purpose• What is Self-Regulated Learning (SRL)?Centre for Information Technology in Education
  • 16. Purpose• What is Self-Regulated Learning (SRL)?Centre for Information Technology in EducationLearning task selectionLearning strategy adoptionSelf-ControlSelf-evaluationSelf-reflection
  • 17. Purpose• What is Self-Regulated Learning (SRL)?Centre for Information Technology in EducationLearning task selectionLearning strategy adoptionSelf-ControlSelf-evaluationSelf-reflectionAssessment
  • 18. Purpose• The study aims at a systematic review of thedevelopment of technology-supported assessmentof SRL.Centre for Information Technology in Education
  • 19. Purpose• The study aims at a systematic review of thedevelopment of technology-supported assessmentof SRL.• Widely-used methodologies• Innovative methodologiesCentre for Information Technology in Education
  • 20. Widely-used methodologiesCentre for Information Technology in Education
  • 21. Widely-used methodologies• Self-report surveys1. Motivated Strategies for LearningQuestionnaire (Pintrich, Smith, Garcia, &McKeachie, 1993)2. Self-Regulated Learning Interview Scale (Zimmerman & Martinez-Pons, 1989)3. Microanalytic Methodology (Kitsantas &Zimmerman, 2002)Centre for Information Technology in Education
  • 22. Widely-used methodologies• Self-report surveys1. Motivated Strategies for LearningQuestionnaire (Pintrich, Smith, Garcia, &McKeachie, 1993)Centre for Information Technology in Education
  • 23. Widely-used methodologies• Self-report surveys1. Motivated Strategies for LearningQuestionnaire (Pintrich, Smith, Garcia, &McKeachie, 1993)Motivation Learning StrategyCentre for Information Technology in Education
  • 24. Widely-used methodologies• Self-report surveys1. Motivated Strategies for LearningQuestionnaire (Pintrich, Smith, Garcia, &McKeachie, 1993)Motivation Learning StrategyScale: from “not at all” to “very true of me”Centre for Information Technology in Education
  • 25. Widely-used methodologies• Self-report surveys1. Motivated Strategies for LearningQuestionnaire (Pintrich, Smith, Garcia, &McKeachie, 1993)2. Self-Regulated Learning Interview Scale (Zimmerman & Martinez-Pons, 1989)Centre for Information Technology in Education
  • 26. Widely-used methodologies• Self-report surveys1. Motivated Strategies for LearningQuestionnaire (Pintrich, Smith, Garcia, &McKeachie, 1993)2. Self-Regulated Learning Interview Scale (Zimmerman & Martinez-Pons, 1989)Problem-solving contextCentre for Information Technology in Education
  • 27. Widely-used methodologies• Self-report surveys3. Microanalytic Methodology (Kitsantas &Zimmerman, 2002)Centre for Information Technology in Education
  • 28. Widely-used methodologies• Self-report surveys3. Microanalytic Methodology (Kitsantas &Zimmerman, 2002)ForethoughtPerformanceSelf-reflectionCentre for Information Technology in Education
  • 29. Innovative methodologiesCentre for Information Technology in Education
  • 30. Innovative methodologies1. Trace Measure (Winne, Nesbit, Kumar, Hadwin,Lajoie, Azevedo, 2006)2. Model Tracing (Aleven et al., 2010)3. Computerization of self-evaluation measure(Hudesman, Carson, Flugman, Clay, & Isaac,2011)Centre for Information Technology in Education
  • 31. Innovative methodologies1. Trace Measure (Winne, Nesbit, Kumar, Hadwin,Lajoie, Azevedo, 2006)Centre for Information Technology in Education
  • 32. Innovative methodologies1. Trace Measure (Winne, Nesbit, Kumar, Hadwin,Lajoie, Azevedo, 2006)Take notesText highlightingInformation searchingCommunication with othersCentre for Information Technology in Education
  • 33. Innovative methodologies1. Trace Measure (Winne, Nesbit, Kumar, Hadwin,Lajoie, Azevedo, 2006)2. Model Tracing (Aleven et al., 2010)Centre for Information Technology in Education
  • 34. Innovative methodologies1. Trace Measure (Winne, Nesbit, Kumar, Hadwin,Lajoie, Azevedo, 2006)2. Model Tracing (Aleven et al., 2010)Human action ModelCentre for Information Technology in Education
  • 35. Innovative methodologies1. Trace Measure (Winne, Nesbit, Kumar, Hadwin,Lajoie, Azevedo, 2006)2. Model Tracing (Aleven et al., 2010)Human action ModelHelp seekingCentre for Information Technology in Education
  • 36. Innovative methodologies3. Computerization of self-evaluation measure(Hudesman, Carson, Flugman, Clay, & Isaac,2011)Centre for Information Technology in Education
  • 37. Innovative methodologies3. Computerization of self-evaluation measure(Hudesman, Carson, Flugman, Clay, & Isaac,2011)Mandatory ReportComparison with actual performanceCentre for Information Technology in Education
  • 38. Innovative methodologies1. Trace Measure (Winne, Nesbit, Kumar, Hadwin,Lajoie, Azevedo, 2006)2. Model Tracing (Aleven et al., 2010)3. Computerization of self-evaluation measure(Hudesman, Carson, Flugman, Clay, & Isaac,2011)Centre for Information Technology in Education
  • 39. ReferenceAleven, V., Roll, I., McLaren, B. M., Koedinger, K. R. (2010). Automated, Unobtrusive,Action-by-Action Assessment of Self-Regulation during Learning with an IntelligentTutoring System. Educational Psychologist, 45(4), 224-233.Hudesman, J., Carson, M., Flugman, B., Clay, D. & Isaac, S. (2011). The Computerizationof the Self-Regulated Learning Assessment System: A Demonstration Program inDevelopmental Mathematics. Retrieved from Internet: The 9th InternationalConference on Education and Information Systems, Technologies andApplications:www.iiis.org/CDs2011/CD2011SCI/EISTA_2011/PapersPdf/EA659WG.pdfKitsantas, A., & Zimmerman, B. J. (2002). Comparing self-regulatory processes amongnovice, non-expert, and expert volleyball players: A microanalytic study. Journalof Applied Sport Psychology, 14, 91–105.Pintrich, P. R., Smith, D. A. F., Garcia, T., & McKeachie, W. J. (1993). Reliability andpredictive validity of the motivated strategies for learning questionnaire (MLSQ).Educational and Psychological Measurement, 53, 801–813.Winne, P. H., Nesbit, J. C., Kumar, V., Hadwin, A. F., Lajoie, S. P., Azevedo, R., et al.(2006). Supporting self-regulated learning with gStudy software: The learning kitproject. Technology, Instruction, Cognition and Learning, 3, 105–113.Zimmerman, B. J. (1989). A social cognitive view of self-regulated academic learning.Journal of Educational Psychology, 81, 329–339.Centre for Information Technology in Education
  • 40. Thanks for yourattention!Qiang Hao: neohao@hku.hkCentre for Information Technology in Education