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Study of the relationship between self-regulated learners strategies with academic achievement
S Zare * , H Zeinalipoor , R Naseri Jahromi
University of Hormozgan, bandare - abbas, iran , somayezare87@gmail.com
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Introduction: Self-regulated learning strategies provide the necessary condition so that improve students’ academic achievement and facilitate learning process. The aim of this research was to study the relationship between self-regulated learning strategies and academic achievements of Nursing and Midwifery Students in Shiraz University of Medical Sciences.
Methods: in this descriptive- analysis study 310 Participants were selected through Stratified random Sampling method by using Cochran formula. Research Instruments included motivational strategies for learning questionnaire (MSLQ) and student achievement questionnaire. Data  were  analyzed  by using independent T-test, Pearson correlation, Regression through SPSS.
Results: self-regulated cognitive learning strategies (0.63) and meta-cognitive learning strategies (0.72) had a significant relationship with students’ academic achievement that can predict 61% of the total variance students' academic achievements. Also, result show that the  mean  self-regulated learning strategies (t=2.25,p=0.19) and academic achievements(t=3.69,p=0.07) of female students was higher than male students and  non-native students (t=0.089,p=0.818) was higher than native students(t=2.072,p=0.039), but the difference was not significant between the two groups.
Conclusion: based on result, the dimensions of self- regulatory learning strategies (cognitive learning strategies, meta- cognitive learning strategies) can predict the academic achievement of the students so, it is recommended to managers and professors of universities   explain benefits of self- regulation learning strategies to Students by adopting appropriate  methods  as well as try to improve their abilities in this field.
Keywords: learning strategies, self- regulated, academic achievements
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zare S, zeinalipoor H, Naseri Jahromi R. Study of the relationship between self-regulated learners strategies with academic achievement. rme. 2018; 9 (4) :57-49
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