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Korean Journal of Child Studies 1996;17(2): 141-161.
자기 조절학습이 정상아와 학습장애아의 학업성취에 미치는 영향
정정옥, 강문희
The Effects of Self - Regulated Learning on Academic Achievement in Normally Achieving and Learning Disabled Children
Chung Ok Chung,Moon Hee Kang
Abstract
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of self-regulated learning components, such as metacognition, motivation, and learning strategies, on academic achievement in normally achieving children and learning disabled(LD) children. The subjects were 345 normally achieving children, 12 LD children, and a group of 12 normally achieving children to match the LD children. Data was analyzed by Pearson`s product moment correlation coefficient, stepwise multiple regression analysis, and t-test. Results showed that metacognition, motivation and learning strategy are important components of successful academic achievement and self-regulated learning in normally achieving children. Among the self-regulated learning components, metacognition was the most powerful predictor of academic achievement. For the LD children, the results showed that they have metacognitive deficits and motivational problems. Implications for intervention to improve academic achievement of low achievers and LD children were discussed.
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