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Teaching with Academic Social Networks and Self Regulated Learning in University

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Presentación Ana Rodríguez Groba
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Teaching with Academic Social Networks and Self Regulated Learning in University

  1. 1. Teaching with academic social networks and self- regulated learning in university students: Case study at the University Ana Rodríguez Groba Departament of Didactic and School Organization
  2. 2. AIM To identify, describe and understand processes of self-regulated learning in academic social networks.
  3. 3. Connected World. Social Networks. Blogs. Notebooks. Mobiles. Tablets. Here and There. We need to learn. Learn in different ways. Beyond schools, universities.
  4. 4. Informal learning may represent 80% of an individual’s knowledge (Attwell, 2007) 20% 80%
  5. 5. “It promotes teaching students to be thought independent, self-motivated and self-regulated” (Azevedo et al., 2008)
  6. 6. Self-Regulation Learning SRL is defined as “an active and constructive process by which the students determine their own learning goals and try to monitor, regulate and control their thoughts, their motivation and their performance according to these goals” (Pintrich, 2000, p.459)
  7. 7. Two options
  8. 8. • Personal Learning Enviroment
  9. 9. We don´t learn alone Social Self-Regulation Learning New channels. We don´t only learn at school
  10. 10. Object of analysis Triad formed by: -Educational proposal -Academic Social Network -Self-Regulated Learning
  11. 11. -5 questions- Teaching proposal Characteristics of social networks The role of collaboration Learning Analytics Characteristics of students
  12. 12. Methodology Qualitative paradigm Interpretative Case Studies
  13. 13. Methods: Understanding what happens?
  14. 14. Methodology II
  15. 15. Expected outcomes

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