Project data

Learning individual and group self-regulation. A proposal based on student work and the use of ICTs in educational psychology

Main Researcher: César Coll

Research Team:
Rosa M. Colomina Álvarez
Inés de Gispert Pastor
Teresa Mauri Majós
Rosa M. Mayordomo Saíz
Mila Naranjo
Javier Onrubia Goñi
Ana Remesal
M. José Rochera Villach
M. Teresa Segués Morral

Financing source: Departament d'Universitats, Recerca i Societat de la Informació, DURSI. Generalitat de Catalunya

Reference: 2005MQD00218

Start date: 2006
End date: 2007

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The overall aim of this project is to redesign the teaching of the following subjects: Educational psychology (Psychology, UB), Educational Psychology and attention to diversity (Teacher Training, UB), Educational psychology (Teacher Training, URV), Psychology of infant education (Teacher Training, URV), by introducing a student-centred methodology in a virtual environment. The project also seeks to introduce tools and activities that will help students explicitly and systematically to acquire and use self-regulation skills in their own individual study and in small-group collaborative work.

The project has established three specific objectives to achieve its overall aim:

- The identification of ICT-based tools and resources that can be adopted in promoting student individual and group self-regulation.

- The design of teaching activities and tools that promote student individual and group self-regulation.

- The redesigning of the teaching of the aforementioned subjects by incorporating the two objectives outlined above.