Journal article
Effects of the adequacy of learning strategies in self-regulated learning settings: A video-based microanalytical lab study



Publication Details
Authors:
Ludwig, P.; Finkbeiner, C.; Knierim, M.
Publication year:
2013
Journal:
Journal of Cognitive Education and Psychology
Pages range:
374–390
Journal acronym:
JCEP
Volume number:
12
ISSN:
1810-7621
eISSN:
1945-8959

Abstract
So far, the quality of learning strategies has been considered primarily within the framework of the “description paradigm” by investigating the relationship between the use frequency of macrostrategies and achievement. The ADEQUA study is approaching the quality of learning strategic actions in a more finely grained fashion by rating the adequacy of discrete learning strategies at the microanalytical level. Specifically, the study scrutinizes the strategies used by secondary-level students of English as a foreign language while reading an English text in a self-regulated, cooperative learning environment. The strategies they used in overcoming comprehension difficulties were identified and rated on the basis of the students’ videotaped task performance as well as a stimulated recall procedure. In regression models, the adequacy of strategic actions is of major predictive power with considerable effect sizes for students’ achievement. The hypothesis-testing approach adopted here (i.e., to assess the adequacy of every discrete strategy used by means of highly inferential ratings), appears to be promising.


Keywords
highly inferential ratings
, hochinferente Ratings, learning strategies, Selbstregulation, selbstreguliertes Lernen, self-regulation, video-based study, Videostudie

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