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.

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