BILINGUAL STUDENTS SELF-REGULATION AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE

<doi>10.24250/JPE/2/2019/IG/DP/MN</doi>

  • Daniela POPA Transilvania University of Brașov
  • Ionela GRAMA
  • Mariana NOREL

Abstract

Bilingualism is a controversial and ever expanding phenomenon.In this study, the performances and strategies of self-regulated learning of two distinct bilingual groups, natural bilingual students and educational bilingual students, were compared.The information of the quantitative and descriptive research was obtained by the survey method.The instruments were three questionnaires: one adapted from Ryan &Collinn's (1989) Academic Self-Regulation Questionnaire (SRQ-A) and two from the authors' set of Self-Regulation Questionnaire (SRQ).The results of the research show that the effective use of self-regulation strategies for learning helps bilingual students obtaining significant academic performance due to the management of these strategies.

Author Biographies

Ionela GRAMA

Universitatea Transilvania din Brașov

Mariana NOREL

Universitatea Transilvania din Brașov

Published
2019-10-27