Research Materials (Secondary Education)
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- 2Debbie Feisst
- 2Gregory P. Thomas
- 2Virginia Pow
- 1Cynthia C. Stratulat
- 1Mangiardi, Rosemarie
- 1Michael J. Kohlman
- 8Secondary Education, Department of
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- 4Education, Faculty of
- 3Education, Faculty of/Learning Objects (Education)
- 2Education, Faculty of/Research Materials (Education)
- 2University of Alberta Libraries
This is a bibliography containing references that are about or related to the field of Metacognition research and scholarship. It contains over 1000 references in this, its first iteration. It also has a foreword in which I ask users to read and act on as they consider appropriate. I hope the...
Supplemental Image File for Chapter IV and Appendix IV of "Evangelizing Eugenics" (PhD Dissertation)Download
This dissertation explores the Interwar-era eugenics movements in America and Britain, focusing on efforts to educate insiders and professionals, but especially to evangelize novices. Two primary historical sources are examined in detail: the largely British To-day and To-morrow book series...
This is a transcript of Episode 4, 'The language of thinking: Reflecting on Tishman and Perkins' from my Podcast 'The Metacognition Channel' which can be found at https://metacognition.podbean.com/ In it, I seek to explain what I mean by the 'language of thinking,' and the implications of...
This is a PDF of a Student Reflection Guide that accompanies the podcasts "Developing Graduate Students’ Metacognition Regarding the Use of Citations: Scholarly Podcast" found at https://era-av.library.ualberta.ca/media_objects/4x51hj87d Teachers and students might find it useful as a tool for...
This is a PDF of a PowerPoint presentation that accompanies the podcasts "Developing Graduate Students’ Metacognition Regarding the Use of Citations: Scholarly Podcast" found at https://era-av.library.ualberta.ca/media_objects/4x51hj87d Teachers and students might find it useful as a framework...