Date of Award
Master of Education (MEd)
This research examines the relationship between self-regulated learning and mathematics achievement. The sample included 10 students enrolled in fourth grade at a small, private elementary school in the Midwest. During the third quarter of the school year, students were taught methods of learning mathematics through self-regulation. The grades were recorded before the implementation at the conclusion of the second quarter and again at the conclusion of the third quarter once self-regulation was implemented. A t-test was used to compare the mathematics scores. There was no significant difference between the second and third quarter mathematics grades. This is an important result as it differed from the findings in research.
Eliserio, Dawn, "Self-Regulated Learning and Mathematics Achievement in a Fourth Grade Classroom" (2012). Master of Education Program Theses. 27.