Self-Regulation amongst Married Students Participating in E-Learning Activities at IAIN Madura


This study aims to identify and understand the self-regulation of married students involved in online learning. The study employs a qualitative approach with a phenomenological perspective. The research subjects were selected using purposeful sampling technique and the data collected using interview and observation. The results showed that the research subjects used cognitive regulation, motivation regulation, behavior regulation, and context regulation. Self-regulation carried out by the subject in online learning influenced by the situation and the characteristic of each individual. A further significant factor was the level of social support.

Keywords: Self-regulation in online learning, students, multiple roles

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