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    A case study of the effects of a teaching method on students' academic achevement in life science and the use of self-regulated learning strategies 

    Holden, Diana K. (Assumption University, 2009)

    The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of a teaching method on academic achievement in life science and on students’ use of self-regulated learning (SRL) strategies by grade eight students at Bangkok Christian International School. The method of teaching was adapted from Zimmerman’s cyclic model of self-regulated learning. Strategies for promoting students’ self-regulated learning strategies were identified through the literature review and applied into the study group: meta-cognitive strategies such as planning, monitoring, and ...