Supporting Self-Regulation by Personal Learning Environments
In this paper we attempt to address the issue of supporting self-regulation by Personal Learning Environments (PLE), which provide the learner with a freedom to design and compose his or her learning environment according to personal preferences and context demands. Psychology and neuroscience offer a lot of highly relevant results that should be taken into account. We report on our experiments mainly with PhD students, which represent a community of advanced learners. This needs to be considered when interpreting their feedback, as for most of the learners is self-regulation even more challenging. Even students at this high level appreciate pedagogical support in the learning process.
Proc. ICALT 2012, 12th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies.
ICALT, 2012 , Rome , IT.
Proc. of the 12th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies , p. 710-711 ; IEEE Computer Society , Los Alamitos, California , US .