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The Effects of the Brain Education Meditation Program on Self-Regulated Learning Ability and the Academic Self-Efficacy of Elementary School Students
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  • Journal title : Journal of Digital Convergence
  • Volume 14, Issue 5,  2016, pp.77-84
  • Publisher : The Society of Digital Policy and Management
  • DOI : 10.14400/JDC.2016.14.5.77
 Title & Authors
The Effects of the Brain Education Meditation Program on Self-Regulated Learning Ability and the Academic Self-Efficacy of Elementary School Students
Kim, Dae-Myung;
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 Abstract
This study is intended to identify the impacts the Brain Education Meditation Program have on elementary school students` self-regulated learning ability and the academic self-efficacy, This study aims to answer these three questions: First, is the Brain Education Meditation Program effective in improving self-regulated learning abilities of elementary school students? Second, is the Brain Education Meditation Program effective in improving the academic self-efficacy of elementary school students? Third, is there any positive correlation between the Self-Regulated learning ability and the academic self-efficacy of elementary school students? The data analysis results showed as follows: The Program thereby changes the self-regulated learning ability of the students. Second, it has improved the self-confidence, which is a sublevel factor of academic self-efficacy, of the elementary school students who participated in the Brain Education Meditation Program. Third, there exists the positive correlation between self-regulated learning ability and academic self-efficacy.
 Keywords
Brain Education Meditation Program;self-regulated learning ability;academic self-efficacy;academic achievement;elementary school students;
 Language
Korean
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