This facilitated online course will explore strategies for encouraging students to self-regulate their learning and applying those strategies to the adult education context. Self-regulated learning refers to one's ability to understand and control one's learning behaviors. For a learner to do this, he or she must set goals, select strategies to achieve the goals, and monitor progress toward the goals. In monitoring his or her progress, a learner can determine whether a particular learning strategy is not working and can modify the approach to mastering a skill. These activities can be customized to any content area and can help refine learners' attention to and confidence in learning and reinforcing specific habits, strategies, and math skills.