Social media integration for the purpose of self-regulated learning

Emmy Vrieling, Uwe Matzat, Gerdo Velthorst

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    In this study, design based research in a teacher design team is performed. Teachers who intend to use social media to extend their school class teaching, are confronted with a lack of clear guidelines that inform them how to utilize them effectively. In this study, we aim at formulating such guidelines and testing their usefulness. First, opportunities to facilitate self-regulated learning (SRL) in higher education through the use of social media are elaborated in a literature study. Second, these opportunities are translated into teacher education to search for stimulating and limiting factors within the design, resulting in guidelines for effective social media integration.

    This study is presented at the annual meeting for the EAPRIL, Porto, Portugal.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - Nov 2016
    EventEAPRIL 2016 Conference - ISEP, Porto, Portugal
    Duration: 22 Nov 201625 Nov 2016


    ConferenceEAPRIL 2016 Conference


    • social media
    • self-regulated learning


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