«Supporting Self-Regulation of Learning with Technology in Online and Hybrid Environments: NoteMyProgress V3.0»

Date

30-06-2021

Speaker

Jorge J. Maldonado

Abstract

Self-regulation of learning today is considered one of the key personal and professional competencies of the 21st century. The concept of self-regulation is gaining more and more importance, since research suggests that students who actively participate in their learning process by reflecting, monitoring and regulating their process are able to achieve the proposed objectives and improve the quality of learning. In this talk, through research carried out in online and hybrid contexts, we will help teachers understand the characteristics of self-regulated students, such as their behavior and how to support self-regulation strategies through technology tools, presenting the case of self-regulation. NoteMyProgress tool V3.0

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Bio

Jorge J. Maldonado

Jorge Maldonado is a teacher and researcher at the University of Cuenca, in the Department of Computer Science. He is a PHD in Engineering Sciences from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. He is currently the coordinator for Latin America of the LALA Community (Learning Analytics), from where he has promoted the creation of a network of more than 250 researchers from 80 Latin American institutions. Jorge Maldonado's research focuses on the study and use of Learning Objects, MOOCs and Learning Analytics. He works on scientific advances that seek to improve teaching and learning processes in face-to-face, hybrid and online environments, through the development and application of pedagogical methodologies combined with the use of Artificial Intelligence.

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