The Influence of Culture on Self-Regulated Learning Skills

Self-regulated learning (SRL) skills have recently attracted a lot of research interest because they have been identified as arguably the most important determinants of academic performance and achievement. Learners with good SRL skills perform better because they have a clearer awareness of the effective strategies needed for a task and when to apply and adapt them – above all, they learn more effectively. Furthermore, they are intrinsically motivated so they set higher goals, put in more effort and show greater perseverance at learning tasks.

Image courtesy of interviewee. June 28, 2019

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