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Self-regulation involves students' beliefs about their ownpotential for actions, thoughts, feelings and behaviors that willthen allow them to work toward their own academic goals. Clearly,the need for self-regulation in higher education is crucial, Thisvolume describes the theories, tools, and techniques that can beused to assist in the promotion of self-regulation in studentsincluding areas such as goal orientations, self-efficacy beliefs,social comparisons, self-monitoring, and self-evaluation.

Edited by Héfer Bembenutty, assistant professor ofeducaitonal psychology at Queens College of the City University ofNew York, this is the 126th volume of the Jossey-Bass quarterlyreport series New Directions for Teaching andLearning, which offers a comprehensive range of ideas andtechniques for improving college teaching based on the experienceof seasoned instructors and the latest findings of educational andpsychological researchers.

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