عنوان مقاله [English]
This research was conducted to investigate whether mobile learning based on Gagne's instructional design has any effect on university students' self-regulated learning strategies. A quasi-experimental study with pretest-posttest design and a control group was applied as the method of research. The statistical population included all the students of Educational Sciences with Educational Technologies subfield at the University of Arak who were 45 people. Sample consisted of students who take the course of Introduction to Computer Skills. Convenience sampling was used in the study. The sample size was 34 students. Using a researcher made questionnaire, the degree of students' expertise and familiarity with computer-based technology was measured. After determining the level of each person and presenting the required training, all individuals matched and met the baseline, then randomly assigned to two groups of 17 people. In order to collect data, Pintrich and DeGroot self-regulated learning strategies questionnaire was employed which contains subscales of cognitive strategies (rehearsal, elaboration, organizing and understanding) and metacognitive strategies (planning, monitoring and regulating). In order to inferential analysis the data, covariance analysis was used. The results showed that mobile learning based on Gagne's Instructional Design Model generally increases the self-regulated learning strategies of students, but there were no significant differences between the groups in sub-components of the understanding, planning and regulating.
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