Designing Metacognitive Activities
Educational Technology Research and Development Volume 49, Number 2, ISSN 1042-1629
Proposes a framework for thinking about how metacognition research might apply to design activities. Examines two basic approaches to supporting metacognition: strategy training, and creation of a supportive social environment for metacognition. Identifies two kinds of content that are taught using these two approaches: knowledge about a specific domain and knowledge about the self-as-learner. (Contains 84 references.) (AEF)
Lin, X. (2001). Designing Metacognitive Activities. Educational Technology Research and Development, 49(2), 23-40.
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