Indeed, both the IPSRT and CPSRT have been found to promote the use of self-regulatory processes (e.
The IPSRT (Appendix A) was developed to support traditional, instructivist approaches to instructional planning.
The major purpose for the development of the IPSRT (Appendix A) was to engage the preservice teachers in a dynamic circle where initial monitoring of instructional components would lead to evaluation, reorganization, reintegration and then monitoring of the instructional planning process.
Although the IPSRT and CPSRT have each been found to be effective for improving instructional planning performance, facilitating the use of self-regulated strategies and enhancing motivation/attitude, the scope of this article was to (a) validate if each of the tools facilitate development of instructional plans from the intended instructional approach (instructivism or constructivism), and (b) compare their impact on preservice teachers' performance, motivation/attitudes, metacognition, and perceived value.
The IPSRT (as displayed in Appendix A) was developed by Baylor, Kitsantas, and Chung (2001) based on research on self-regulated learning (Zimmerman, 2000) in conjunction with the Reiser and Dick (1996) instructional planning model.
This instructional scenario was presented twice to all preservice teachers, once with either the CPSRT or IPSRT and again with the other tool (both online).
76) and their self-efficacy following use of both the IPSRT (M=6.
Our hope was that we could see whether IPSRT was an effective adjunct to pharmacotherapy at the acute phase level and then separately look at whether it was protective against new episodes," she said.
The same clinicians who provided IPSRT handled the intensive clinical management.
The IPSRT plan includes taking a patient history with the attitude that disruptions in the form of interpersonal stress and role transitions can lead directly to disruptions in circadian regulation and, by extension, cause a bipolar episode.