Self-Regulated Learning – Concepts for the Autonomous Aqcuisition of Skills and Knowledge
Updated: May 6, 2020
by Walter Swoboda (Pädagogische Hochschule Wien)
On February 9th 2020, Greek teachers of German came together at Athens Moraitis School for a lecture on the most important basics of self-regulated learning. The lecture was part of the convention „Zielsprache Deutsch“ (Target Language German), organised by the ÖSD, an accredited examination and assessment system for German as a Foreign Language and German as a Second Language. The presentation was given by Walter Swoboda, teacher educator at the University College of Teacher Education Vienna (Pädagogische Hochschule Wien) in cooperation with the SLIDEshow Project.
The main goal of the lecture was to provide participants with theoretical and practical knowledge about the most important principles of self-regulated learning (SRL) with a special focus on the Zimmerman model. The lecture documents in German language:
The lecture was part of a two-part event series. The second part, which will go into further detail on the various topics of self-regulated learning, will be held at a dedicated workshop at Moraitis School and is scheduled for the beginning of the next year.