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Accordingly, it can be claimed that self-regulated learning activities applied in the experimental group are more effective on goal orientations when compared to the current MEB curriculum-based activities followed in the control group.
Through the learning diaries, students were asked to reflect on what their daily objectives in math class were, what they learned, whether they believed they could learn the subject, whether they considered themselves sufficient or not, whether they faced difficulty in understanding the subject, how they tackled the challenges they faced during class, and whether they reached their targets or not.
An analysis of the learning dairies indicates that students set objectives during class, made intra- and extra-class plans, kept their motivations high to learn the subject, were aware of the need for self-esteem in achieving goals, liked to learn math subjects in class, enjoyed the games in class rendering math rather entertaining, learned better through materials used in class, noticed that math is not only a subject at school but is an integral part of daily life, felt mildly anxious at the beginning yet tackled it due to the entertaining lessons, constantly questioned themselves during class, reflected on where and why they made a mistake and how they corrected it at the end of lessons, and were pleased with the fact that their self-confidence was enhanced.
I understood everything without difficulty. I already believed in myself and I was keen on learning the subject. I think I learned this topic, and solving the questions accurately is the biggest proof of it.
An analysis of the homework dairies indicates that in general, students believed they could do their homework, they were aware of the proceedings and negative aspects of their homework, thought on how to tackle those negative facets, comfortably pinpointed deficiencies in their homework, gained awareness as to how to correct deficiencies, efficiently selected appropriate strategies for themselves, did homework with greater details by making an in-depth analysis of the results, were aware that homework is a tool to reinforce the subject, and felt happier and more confident upon successfully completing their homework.
It was crowded there; so I was distracted, but I took a lesson out of it. Why did I go to visit my aunt when there is so much homework to do? I will ask my teacher tomorrow to do it from scratch. Student views after the experimental process Considering their participation in the experimental process, students were in interaction with their friends which triggered a positive ambiance in the class toward learning rather than competition, their achievement rate increased for being goal-oriented and did not delay handling negative situations during learning, delivered correct answers deliberately, better controlled themselves, tried every method since they aimed at perfect learning, and thought doing homework accurately was more important than getting good grades.
But, I am no longer going to do that again. We did not earn scores out of completed homework, but to comprehend the subject only; it is not nice to threaten us with low grades if we do not do our homework.
I cannot do it. I needed self-confidence to lay firm foundations. My dairies are like my friends now. Multi-dimensional presentation of information by means of multiple tools and instruments gave them greater learning opportunities.
It was not like that before. Before, we used to write on notebooks only. The teachers would write something on the board, and we would copy it.
When we asked our teachers for alternative methods before, they would say: Do not confuse your mind, this is the single most practical way.
Imitating the role of a teacher in front of a mirror was so much fun, so I started studying this way. My point of view on math has changed. I started liking myself because through self-questioning I started noticing I am successful.
Discussion According to the findings on the first sub-problem of the research, attainment scores on integers, algebraic expressions, and area in case of experimental group students are quite higher than those in control group.
These findings correspond with similar studies in this field. It is underlined that self-regulated learning activities effectively support students in learning mathematics.
Likewise, as a result of a six-week-long experimental study by Leidinger and Perels on grade four students, their achievement rate in math significantly increased. It was found out in Perels et al.
Montaguein a study on elementary school students with learning disabilities, concluded that self-regulated learning strategies self-assessment, self-instruction, self-reinforcement, self-monitoring boost academic success of students in mathematics.
The present study also gathered that students identified objectives on their learning and relevant strategies while controlling their motivation levels, executed the strategies they planned beforehand, monitored learning procedures during application phase, determined and resisted against challenges, assessed the output and products of learning at the end of application phase and regulated the proceedings accordingly.
According to the findings on the second sub-problem of the research, self-efficacy levels on integers, algebraic expressions, and area in case of experimental group students are quite higher than those in control group.
In their experimental studies, KangLavasani, Mirhosseini, Hejazi, and Davoodiand Yetkin found out that self-efficacy levels of experimental group students, who learn in environments furnished with self-regulated learning activities, are significantly higher than those in control group.
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