Author Archives: Sana Karim

Overcoming Barriers to Teaching Regulation of Learning

Return to Educator CIRCLS by Sarah Hampton and Dr. Dalila Dragnić-Cindrić In our two previous blog posts, we talked about students’ individual self-regulated learning (SRL), group-level, social regulation of learning (SoRL), and why it’s important to explicitly teach both alongside our content (Hampton & Dragnić-Cindrić, 2023a, 2023b). The link between students’ effective self-regulated learning and […]

CIRCLS’23 Keynote: Marcelo Worsley

Marcelo Worsley provided powerful examples of how to empower learning communities through multimodal technologies. Marcelo shared stories of how his understanding of priorities like social justice and accessible & inclusive technologies evolved through his interactions with youth and community members.

CIRCLS’23 Keynote: Meredith Broussard

Meredith Broussard argued for a narrative change as we conceptualize the roles of machine learning and artificial intelligence. Dr. Broussard gave compelling examples of bias in the datasets used to train AI and pointed cases where algorithmic discrimination leads to injustices. She offered algorithm audits as an important focus for future research and policy.

Social Regulation of Learning and Insights for Educators

by Sarah Hampton and Dr. Dalila Dragnić-Cindrić In the first post of this series (Hampton & Dragnić-Cindrić, 2023), we focused primarily on individual student’s self-regulated learning (SRL), explained the related key terms and ideas, and discussed why it is important to teach SRL alongside subject content. In this post, we will focus on regulation of […]