Self-Regulation Students’ Online Learning Behavior in General Education Courses of University of Phayao

Narin Nonthamand, Narissara Suaklay

Abstract


This research were aimed 1) to survey the self-regulation behavior among of University of Phayao students 2) to survey the online learning behavior among of University of Phayao students and 3) to study factors on self-regulation that has an influence on an online learning. Sample Group con-sisted of 450 students who enroll general education course of an online courses. The research tool was questionnaire forms about self-regulation in an online course and online learning behavior. The statistics were used to an-alyse the data as follows: mean (M), standard deviation (S.D.), and Stepwise Multiple Regression Analysis.
The result found that 1) the students’ behavior on self-regulation was mainly on decision making (M = 3.89) 2) the students’ online learning be-havior was mainly on learner aspect (M = 3.88) and 3) the factors that sup-port students’ online learning behavior consisting of self-observation factor, decision making factor and self-regulation factor. The percentage was 39.90, and shown the raw score and standard score was found from this formula
online learning behavior = 0.822 + 0.423 (self-reaction) + 0.183 (self-observation) + 0.141 (decision making)
Z online learning behavior = 0.377 Z self-reaction + 0.169 Z self-observation + 0.137 Z decision making

Keywords


Self-Regulation, Online Learning behavior, General Education Course

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