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Self-regulated learning (SRL) involves a system of cyclically related, goal-directed skills and processes that students can use to overcome academic challenges and to optimize their success in school. Although there are many complex models of SRL, the purpose of this chapter is to distill key themes among prominent SRL theories and to provide practical guidelines for incorporating SRL principles into classroom instruction or direct service activities with students. In this chapter, we describe how students can be taught to engage in a cyclical process of SRL involving the use of metacognitive skills (i.e., setting goals, planning, and evaluating), strategic thinking and action, and adaptive motivational beliefs. The authors also illustrate how educators can support SRL skills by fostering a supportive learning environment encompassing five key principles (e.g., helping students set clear and relevant goals, talking in the language of strategies) and/or by implementing established school-based SRL intervention programs. The characteristics of a SRL intervention program, called the Self-Regulation Empowerment Program (SREP), concrete SRL case scenarios, and supplemental resources are also emphasized.
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