This study examined the self-regulating learning strategies (SRLS) that were being used by the undergraduate students of Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife. It also investigated the relationship between each of the independent variables (cognitive, motivational, and behavioural factors and learning difficulties) and SRLS. The study was a descriptive survey using a questionnaire of 50 items. The instrument was found to be valid and reliable. A total of 186 students was sampled. The results showed the self-regulating strategies being used by the students included categorizing and transforming information (91.39,= 13.71) and rehearsing and memorizing (88.70,= 4.19). All the independent variables had significant relationship with SRLS, with cognitive (B= .665, Beta= .276) and behavioural (B= .862, Beta= .386) factors contributing more to the significance recorded.
|Keywords:||Learning, Self-regulated, Difficulties, Undergraduate, Students|
Lecturer, Department of Educational Foundations and Counselling, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun State, Nigeria
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