[(Metacognition in Educational Theory and Practice)] [Edited by Douglas J. Hacker ] published on (November, 2009) par Douglas J. Hacker

July 19, 2019

[(Metacognition in Educational Theory and Practice)] [Edited by Douglas J. Hacker ] published on (November, 2009) par Douglas J. Hacker

Titre de livre: [(Metacognition in Educational Theory and Practice)] [Edited by Douglas J. Hacker ] published on (November, 2009)

Auteur: Douglas J. Hacker

Date de sortie: November 30, 2009

Éditeur: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Inc

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This volume presents the most current perspectives on the role of metacognition in diverse educationally relevant domains. The purpose is to examine the ways in which theoretical investigations of metacognition have recently produced a strong focus on educational practice. The book is organized around four general themes relevant to education: metacognition and problem solving, metacognition and verbal comprehension, metacognition and the education of nontraditional populations, and metacognition and studentship. Chapter authors review current literature as it applies to their chapter topic; discuss theoretical implications and suggestions for future research; and provide educational applications. Each chapter describes testable theory and provides examples of how theory can be applied to the classroom. The volume will have wide appeal to researchers and students concerned with the scientific investigation of metacognition, and to practitioners concerned with the cultivation of learning and achievement in their students. The unique contribution of this book to the literature on metacognition is its presentation of the most current research examining specific theoretical aspects of metacognition in domains directly relevant to education. This is especially valuable for the many researchers and practitioners who subscribe to the concept that by fostering metacognitive processes during instruction, more durable and transferable learning can be achieved.