Self- Regulated Learning Among Secondary School Students


The current study aimed to reveal the level of self-regulated learning among secondary school students, and whether it differs according to gender (males, females). The study sample consisted of (400) high school students. To achieve the objectives of the study, the researcher used the self-regulated learning scale according to Zimmermann's theory (1989-2006), which enjoyed validity and stability. The results showed that secondary school students are characterized by self-regulated learning, and it was found that there are no statistically significant differences between males and females, and according to these achieved results, the researcher recommended some recommendations and suggestions.