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The Difference in Self-Regulation among GED Students, High School Students and College Students

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Self-regulation has received considerable attention over the past couple of decades and has been identified as a predictor of student academic and social-emotional competence (Cleary, 2008). This study aims to explore the difference in self-regulation between GED students, high-school students, and college students. GED students may have different reasons for going back to get their high school diploma, and self-regulation may play a crucial role in their learning process. It is meaningful to examine the self-regulation of GED students to provide evidence educators and to support students learning achievement. The information revealed in this study will allow a better understanding towards self-regulation in these three different groups. It would provide evidence about self-regulation for the educators to teach self-regulation skills and for students to improve their learning process.

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Li, Zhan., Li, Ting. and Wang, Aimin. "The Difference in Self-Regulation among GED Students, High School Students and College Students" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the MWERA Annual Meeting, The Westin Great Southern Hotel, Columbus, Ohio, Oct 13, 2010 <Not Available>. 2014-11-27 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p437486_index.html>

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Li, Z. , Li, T. and Wang, A. , 2010-10-13 "The Difference in Self-Regulation among GED Students, High School Students and College Students" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the MWERA Annual Meeting, The Westin Great Southern Hotel, Columbus, Ohio Online <PDF>. 2014-11-27 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p437486_index.html

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Abstract: Self-regulation has received considerable attention over the past couple of decades and has been identified as a predictor of student academic and social-emotional competence (Cleary, 2008). This study aims to explore the difference in self-regulation between GED students, high-school students, and college students. GED students may have different reasons for going back to get their high school diploma, and self-regulation may play a crucial role in their learning process. It is meaningful to examine the self-regulation of GED students to provide evidence educators and to support students learning achievement. The information revealed in this study will allow a better understanding towards self-regulation in these three different groups. It would provide evidence about self-regulation for the educators to teach self-regulation skills and for students to improve their learning process.


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