9.34 Metacognition is an important subprocess of self-regulation but solely insufficient for successful self-regulation.
9.35 Metacognition and self-regulation’s main interaction is control, monitoring and regulation of strategies to meet task demands and goals. (HOA.41)
9.36 Self-regulation involves planning, organising, self-instruction, self-monitoring and self-evaluation. (HOA.42)
9.37 Self-regulated learners are highly metacognitive, motivated, goal orientated and behaviourally committed, independent and active learners. (HOA.43)
See other related assertions on page 168-170 in the book The Taxonomy of Metacognition.