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Título: Enhancing self-regulation and approaches to learning in first-year college students: a narrative-based programme assessed in the Iberian Peninsula
Autor: Rosário, Pedro
Nunez, José C.
González-Pienda, Júlio
Valle, Antonio
Trigo, Luísa Ribeiro
Guimarães, Carina
Palavras-chave: Learning strategies
Self-regulation
Approaches to learning
First-year college students
Learning to learn
Data: 2010
Editora: Springer
Citação: ROSÁRIO, Pedro ...[et al.] - Enhancing self-regulation and approaches to learning in first-year college students: a narrative-based programme assessed in the Iberian Peninsula. European Journal of Psychology of Education . ISSN 0256-2928. Vol. 25 N.º 4 (2010), p.411–428
Resumo: A programme to enhance first-year college students’ self-regulated learning strategies is proposed and assessed in two samples, one from the University of Oviedo (Spain) and the other from the University of Minho (Portugal). Each sample was divided into two groups (experimental and control). The Spanish sample comprised 44 students in the experimental group and 40 in the control group, whereas in the Portuguese sample, the number of students was 48 and 44, respectively. The narrativebased intervention programme is organised around a set of fictional letters from a first-year college student in which he reports his own academic experiences. Each letter focuses on a learning strategy as an opportunity to teach and enhance the students’ deep approaches to learning and their self-regulated learning processes. In both samples, findings confirm the programme efficacy to teach efficient learning strategies and to promote self-regulation. Implications for college students and for teaching are discussed.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.14/12935
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