Abstract: The autonomy and flexibility that online learning contents provide students in a traditional face-to-face course require them to pick up newer strategies for regulating their learning process. This study focuses on identifying how students’ self-reported traits of self-regulated learning may relate to the task value of the learning contents of an introductory programming course. This study explores the distribution of self-regulated learning and task value components reported by students. A moderately positive correlation is seen between the task value and perceived self-regulated learning traits of students. The findings of this study demonstrate how some of the online learning components and facilitation methods that students value the most could be incorporated into a traditional face-to-face course to promote self-regulated learning skills.
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Recommended Citation: Menon, P., (2022). The Role of Task Value and Online Learning Strategies in an Introductory Computer Programming Course. Information Systems Education Journal20(4) pp 19-31. http://ISEDJ.org/2022-4/ ISSN : ISSN: 1545-679X. A preliminary version appears in The Proceedings of EDSIGCON 2021