Self-assessment tools for strategic learning and vocational skills
Educational research highlights the importance of so-called “non-cognitive skills” in learning processes and the role that they play in personal and professional life. The work presents results of some workshops realized at University and Secondary School focused on administering of self-assessment tools to promote students’ selfdirected learning and vocational skills. The online administration returns a graphic and textual profile that intends to promote a reflective process on cognitive and affectivemotivational skills, time perspectives, personal agency and career adaptability. The correlational analysis shows positive relations between self-regulation, volition, self-efficacy, career adaptability and future time perspective scales.
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