Se former à distance : regard sur les stratégies d'autorégulation environnementale d'étudiants adultes

Abstract : This article presents an empirical research on the environmental self-regulation strategies of adult students in distance education. The main goal of this research was to identify and describe the way in which they managed the various components of their distance learning environment; that is to say, the spatiotemporal and pedagogical components and those of educational communication. The results of this research showed the specific role played by two personal needs in their self-regulated environmental behaviours. In their view, such behaviours enabled to support the success of their distance learning.
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Annie Jézégou. Se former à distance : regard sur les stratégies d'autorégulation environnementale d'étudiants adultes. Savoirs : Revue internationale de recherches en éducation et formation des adultes, L'Harmattan, 2011, 24, pp.79-99. ⟨edutice-00623168⟩

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