The Influence of Pintrich’s Self-regulated Learning Model on Elementary Teacher Candidates in a Life Science Course

Barış Çetin

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The purpose of this research was to determine whether the use of activities based on Pintrich's self-regulated learning model effect the self-regulated learning perceptions of elementary teacher candidates within a Life Science course. The research was organized in accordance with the quasi-experimental designs model. This study was conducted within a classroom consisting of 5 male and 34 female (aged 20 to 25) elementary teacher candidates at Canakkale 18 Mart University, Education Faculty, and Department of Basic Education. Data was collected utilizing the "Self-regulated Learning Perception Scale" and the "Personal Information Form". As a result of the research, the use of Pintrich's self-regulated learning based activities has been found to improve the self-regulated learning perceptions of the elementary teacher candidates.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11114/jets.v5i8.2460

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