Cilt 13, Sayı 50, Sayfalar 139 - 160 2014-09-10

INSTRUMENTAL HELP-SEEKING IN THE LEARNING PROCESS: A STRATEGY OF SELF-REGULATION
ÖĞRENME SÜRECİNDE ETKİLİ YARDIM İSTEME: BİR ÖZ DÜZENLEME STRATEJİSİ

Canan KO [1]

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Abstract Help-seeking, as an important strategy of self-regulation, entails the learner making use of his or her own social environment as a resource for overcoming any kind of difficulties that he or she may encounter in the learning process. Help-seeking has a long history of research in foreign literature, where it has been deliberated in great detail. The great significance attributed to help-seeking, which exceeds that of other self-regulation strategies, is due to its incorporation of processes that are more complex, including socially interactive processes. It is the intention within this study to come up with a description of help-seeking as a strategy of self-regulation, and to explain the process of help-seeking and the factors affecting it. Key Words: Learning, self-regulation, instrumental help-seeking
Öz düzenlemenin önemli bir stratejisi olan yardım isteme, öğrenenin öğrenme sürecinde karşılaştığı güçlükleri aşmak için sosyal çevreyi kaynak olarak kullanmasıdır. Yardım isteme yurtdışında uzun bir araştırma geçmişine sahiptir. Bir strateji olarak bu denli ayrıntılı ve önemle üzerinde durulmasının nedeni, diğer öz düzenleme stratejilerine göre karmaşık ve sosyal etkileşimli süreçleri içermesidir. Bu çalışmada, bir öz düzenleme stratejisi olan yardım istemenin, yardım isteme sürecinin ve bu süreci etkileyen faktörlerin betimlenmesi ve araştırma sonuçlarından yola çıkarak öğrenme sürecinde yardım istemenin öneminin tartışılması amaçlanmaktadır.
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APA KO, C . (2014). INSTRUMENTAL HELP-SEEKING IN THE LEARNING PROCESS: A STRATEGY OF SELF-REGULATION. Elektronik Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi, 13 (50), 139-160. DOI: 10.17755/esosder.59638
MLA KO, C . "INSTRUMENTAL HELP-SEEKING IN THE LEARNING PROCESS: A STRATEGY OF SELF-REGULATION". Elektronik Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi 13 (2014): 139-160 <http://dergipark.gov.tr/esosder/issue/6164/82890>
Chicago KO, C . "INSTRUMENTAL HELP-SEEKING IN THE LEARNING PROCESS: A STRATEGY OF SELF-REGULATION". Elektronik Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi 13 (2014): 139-160
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