Developing Self-Regulated Learners

Posted by | Nov 1, 2012

a workshop for parents and teachers

Self-regulation is the process of taking control of and evaluating one's own learning behaviour. Self-regulated learners have a greater awareness of their academic strengths and challenges and a tool kit of strategies they use to tackle the day-to-day challenges of academic tasks. Students who have developed self-regulation skills are more open to taking on challenging tasks, practice their learning, develop a deep understanding of subject matter, and believe that effort will give rise to academic success (Perry et al, 2006).

This workshop will help teachers and parents better understand academic self-regulation, how to teach self-regulation, and highlight strategies that help shift responsibility for learning from the adult to the student.

This workshop will address:

  • How do effective students learn on their own
  • What techniques effective students use to read, write, study and prepare for examinations
  • What are the principals of self-regulated learning
  • How to teach self-regulation
  • How we can help students with self-regulating problems
  • How self-regulation skills are useful for all students, not just those experiencing academic difficulties

Speaker: Denise Harding

Denise Harding is a professional academic coach at Evoke Learning and a consultant with the Learning Disabilities Association of York Region.

Workshop information:

Friday, March 22, 2013

Cost: $65 non-LDAYR members

$50 LDAYR members

spouse 50% off

Location: York Catholic District School Board, 320 Bloomington Road West, Aurora
4 - 8pm - Assistive Technology Fair, Sponsored by Microcomputer Science Centre
6 - 7.30pm - Workshop, Developing Self-Regulated Learners, Sponsored by Microcomputer Science Centre
To register, please contact LDAYR at 905-884-7933 ext 23 or
Select this link to download the workshop flyer (PDF File)