Self-regulated learning is a learner’s ability to plan, monitor, and reflect on their own learning process. Learners who have well-developed self-regulatory skills have demonstrated to take more responsibility of their own learning. They have higher self-efficacy expectations and have shown to perform better academically. Self-regulated learning skills is not something that learners come to school with; instead, it is something that has to be developed and mastered step-by-step. In this part of International@Home, we invite you to present and discuss different perspectives on developing pupils’ self-regulated learning skills in the classroom context.