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El aprendizaje autorregulado como medio y meta de la educación

ABSTRACT En: Papeles del psicólogo Madrid 2006, v. 27, n. 3, septiembre-diciembre ; p. 139-146 En el siglo XXI las principales necesidades a las que deben dar respuesta el sistema educativo y las leyes que lo regulan son básicamente dos. Por un lado, proporcionar una educación de calidad a todos los niveles del sistema educativo, lo que conlleva la necesidad de asumir un desafío: conseguir el éxito escolar de todos los jóvenes, lo que se traduce en mejorar el nivel educativo del alumnado y lograr que alcancen el máximo desarrollo de sus capacidades. Por otro lado, la educación debe preparar adecuadamente para vivir en la nueva sociedad del conocimiento y para afrontar los retos que de ella se deriven. Además, se analiza qué implica estar capacitado para un aprendizaje autónomo y cómo promover dichas competencias en el aula, p. 144-146

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