计算机环境下自我调节学习的测量
The Measurement of Self-Regulated Learning in Computer-Based Learning Environments

作者: 卢春晓 , 龚少英 , 袁 新 :青少年网络心理与行为教育部重点实验室,武汉;华中师范大学心理学院,武汉;

关键词: 自我调节学习出声思维追踪日志计算机学习环境Self-Regulated Learning Think-Aloud Protocol Trace log CBLEs

摘要: 自我调节学习是由学习者自主发起,通过对认知和元认知的调控以促进学习的过程,计算机环境下的自我调节学习也尤为必要。目前,关于自我调节学习的测量手段主要有两类:基于能力说的传统测量方法,主要包括问卷法和访谈法,把自我调节学习当作静态的能力进行测量;基于事件说的实时测量方法,主要包括出声思维、追踪日志等,把自我调节学习作为动态的事件进行测量。在未来的研究中可采用多种测量方式相结合,并将眼动技术应用于计算机环境下自我调节学习的研究中。

Abstract:

Self-regulated learning (SRL) is a learning process which is initiated by learners autonomously to promote learning, based on cognitive and metacognitive regulation. In the efficient study of environment established with the computer network information, the self-regulated learning has become the key factor to raise the study quality and efficiency. There are two main approaches to measuring self-regulated learning: the traditional method based on measuring aptitude, such as questionnaire and interview; the real-time method based on measuring events, such as think- aloud protocol, trace log. In the future, the combination of a variety of measurements and eye- tracking technique can be adapted to the researches of SRL in CBLEs.

文章引用: 卢春晓 , 龚少英 , 袁 新 (2014) 计算机环境下自我调节学习的测量。 心理学进展, 4, 224-231. doi: 10.12677/AP.2014.42034

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