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Autoregulace jako faktor ovlivňující míru frekvence podvádění žáků

Title in English Self-regulated Learning as a Factor Influencing the Rate of Cheating by Students


Year of publication 2015
Type Appeared in Conference without Proceedings
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Arts

Description The term self-regulated learning is becoming an important pedagogical-psychological topic and individual self-regulation skills or competences are gradually inserting themselves among the key terms of educational proposals. This paper shows, that a high rate of self-regulation of students does not necessarily bring just positive effects in the school environment. It shows that some self-regulation skills increase the rate of some types of students' cheating. For those types there are some differences between men and women. The results of this study are based on a quantitative study of a random sample of 346 high school students in Brno collected using a questionnaire. The division of self-regulated learning and cheating into individual dimensions, performed using factor analysis, allowed for a more detailed study of the influences between these variables.
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