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  • 1: Introduction to the Course & MoodleExplore the course management system (Moodle)Go to Profile under Administration...Edit & Add your photo!Find and download the Course SyllabusRead the syllabus and familiarize yourself with the structure and components of ED-D 101Like the ED-D 101 facebook pageQuestions?
  • Getting to Know YouIcebreaker introductions to each otherFill out the survey to introduce yourself & let us know why you chose to take ED-D 101
  • Today’s lab starts with the My Planner entryMy Planner entries guide you in engaging in the self-regulated learning cycle byPlanning by setting a TASC goal for something you need to do in another course (could be for a formal assignment - goal you need to achieve as part of working on a homework set, exam, test, paper…could be informal task like a goal you need to achieve in a lecture, a reading, etc. Monitoring how well things went with achieving your goal (successes as well as the difficulties you encountered while trying to achieve the goal you set for the week. By doing this you can identify reoccurring problems that you’re having and make better plans to avoid them). Again just a reminder that even though we use the quiz tool in moodle -none of the lab work is a quiz. There are no right or wrong answers. To My Planner entries work for you (and get your lab mark), you need to be thoughtful and reflective in your entries. Just a hint- point form is not thoughtful or reflective. If it takes you less than 10-15 minutes to do a My Planner entry, you should be digging deeper in order to make these reflections really WORK for you.
  • This questionnaire is designed to assess how you self-regulate your learning. It examines things you do before, during, and after studying. Your scores on this questionnaire will let you know where your strengths and weaknesses as a self-regulated learner lie. Remember, there are no right or wrong answers, so be honest!The RLQ is completed in an excel spreadsheetIt asks you to think of a recent challenge you have faced in your academic learning. When you answer the questions throughout this questionnaire, think about that specific challenge. Complete the questions then view your results in the “Results” tab at the bottom of the spreadsheet. The next activity guides you in interpreting your scores.


  • 1. Lab 1: What is Self-Regulated Learning? Monitoring & Evaluating Task Perceptions Goals & Plans Task Enactment Large Scale Adaptation
  • 2. Lab 1 Overview 2  About ED-D 101 Labs  About CourseSpaces  Introductions  Lab Activities
  • 3. About the ED-D 101 Lab Labs help you put what you learn in lecture to use – Lecture gives concepts and principles of effective learning. – Lab asks you to USE what you learned in your other courses to improve your learning & SRL skills Labs usually have 3 kinds of activities 1. Planning: Set a goal to achieve each week in another class and see how things go 2. Self-Assessment: Related to the topic covered in lecture 3. Make a Change: Try something new in your learning
  • 4. About the ED-D 101 Lab This course uses CourseSpaces. Tips &Help: Always useFirefox!!! Watch video on course home page & explore!
  • 5. Activity Overview Lab 1 5 “Getting to know you” Survey My Planner 1 RLQ Questionnaire My Metaphor for SRL
  • 6. 6 Getting to Know You Who are you? Who is that person next to you? Complete the “Getting to know you” survey
  • 7. 7 My Planners Each lab you will complete a “My Planner” • Helps you to self-regulate by asking you to: – Set a goal to learn something (in one of your courses) – Monitor & evaluate how things went Tips – Be thoughtful & real – Should take 10-15 minutes – This is NOT a quiz! When you look back at your answers it may tell you some are correct or incorrect. Ignore this. My Planner 1 Getting Started With SRL Complete My Planner 1
  • 8. 8 • How well do you self-regulate your learning? – What are your strengths & weaknesses ? • Use the RLQ Questionnaire to find out! RLQ Regulation of Learning Questionnaire Complete the RLQ Upload completed RLQ
  • 9. 9 Homework 1. Find an image (or take a photo) of something that represents self-regulated learning for you. 2. Upload your image 3. Explain why it represents self-regulated learning for you My Metaphor for SRL Complete My SRL Metaphor
  • 10. 10 Be sure to read about how labs are graded! Thank you! Be sure to submit your lab work on time! Be sure to mark your work complete when you finish (on course home page)!