Self-regulated learning: a framework for adult learner autonomy

There is a growing interest in the importance of autonomy in learning, including for adults. This topic seems more relevant than ever, given the increasing importance of elearning, which may require learners to be more independent than in face-to-face courses. One of the most interesting and encompassing concepts on the subject is that of self-regulated learning, which dynamically integrates the fundamental aspects of the act of learning, such as cognition, motivation, metacognition and volition. To help you better understand this concept, here are a few elements taken from the literature review done on the subject by Professor Laurent Cosnefroy. A definition of self-regulated learning

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