international journal of philosophy and social-psychological sciences
Compare the effectiveness of self-regulated learning strategies and problem solving on student responsibility procrastination
Fateme gooran1, Dr. yahya yarahmadi*2
Students asan essential component ofthe education system are always the priority programs of all-round progress of the noble objectives of the organization. the aim of this study is to compare the effectiveness of self-regulation learning strategies and problem solving skills on student responsibility was procrastination. the study population consisted of all high school female students in the first period the city was neglectful. sampling according to Morgan and were randomly. this applied research and quasi-experimental pretest-posttest group. the results showed that self-regulation of learning strategies and problem solving skills in students' academic achievement and responsibility procrastination increase.