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Posted By: Audrey Blair
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Joined Date: Jan 3, 2018

Planning comes as the foremost step in the self-regulated learning process. This is what mightily separates a normal students from a genuine self-regulated ‘learner’. Normal students are impatient enough to start their reading or writing sessions straight away without a proper planning. It might work in high school, however, the case with college and university degree programs is entirely different.

In undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs, the students are required to set goals and plan tasks in accordance of the delivery date. The students will also acquire a number of learning strategies to execute their task, apply the techniques and testify their performance. For example, self-regulated learners have a habit of preparing for the exams or coursework commitments in a different manner. In other words, they follow a roadmap unlike the ones opted by everyone in the class. In some cases, the strategies used may not be the one officially approved by the teacher in the class, but the real thing to see is the result that student produces from his or her unique approach.

The planning phase may itself consist of a series of steps and mostly begins with the task analysis. Consider hiring an accomplished assignment writer to cater one or more of your academic obligations. In the first meeting, the writing expert will analyze your project from various perspectives and then devise the most relevant research and writing style suitable for your topic, requirements, and industry requirements.

Posted : Jan 3, 2018

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