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Metacognition and student attitudes toward self-efficacy, ability beliefs, and learning targets
Metacognition is a key component of effective learning, yet the explicit instruction of metacognitive routines, strategies, and habits can be difficult to negotiate and incorporate into daily instruction. Donovan, Bransford, ...
Changing students' attitudes towards learning through learning instruction on metacognition and growth-mindset intelligence
Teaching students how to be successful learners is an important part of a teacher's set of skills to use in the classroom. There are many documented methods on how to do this, but few have recorded the experience of the ...