A Study on Self-Regulated Learning and Academic Achievement among the Science Graduate Students
Dr. Payel Banarjee * & Kamlesh Kumar**
Journal Title:International Journal of Multidisciplinary Approach & Studies
Self-regulated learning (SRL) is recognized as an important predictor of student Academic motivation and achievement. It is a pivotal construct in contemporary accounts of effective academic learning. Self-regulation is essential to the learning process by which students direct their acquisition of academic knowledge. SRL creates opportunities for students to manage their own resources and to perform better in all learning processes. Self-regulated learners take responsibility for their own learning processes and adopt their learning strategies to meet their demands. Students use various cognitive, meta-cognitive, behavioural, motivational and environmental strategies to control and regulate their own learning.