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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...
Developing Graduate Education Students’ Metacognition Regarding Citing and Their Use of Citations: The Value of PodcastsDownload
How might we use podcasts as an element of an integrated approach to instruction to develop students’ metacognition regarding their understanding and use of citations?
The outcomes associated with prenatal alcohol exposure (PAE) are profound, affecting many aspects of cognitive, behavioural, and social development that can be seen in the day-to-day health and functioning of affected individuals. Executive dysfunction has been identified as a particular area of...
Through this study, I sought to explore the change in students’ calibration in a Grade 11 mathematics classroom. The intention was to inquire about the extent to which students’ self-estimations of task performance aligned with their actual task performance on classroom tests. Such alignment is...
Exploring Students' Metacognition in the Context of Argumentation (Mc-A) in an Elementary Science ClassroomDownload
The importance of students’ metacognition for their argumentation in science classrooms has been theoretically proposed and widely accepted in the literature. Yet, limited research, especially empirical research, has explored students’ metacognition in the context of classroom scientific...
The number of students in postsecondary education who have documented disabilities is generally accepted to be 10%, a number that continues to grow. Despite the requirement for disability accommodation to be available, many disabled students face a multitude of barriers in their education. These...
High School Physics Students’, High School Physics Teachers’, and University Physics Professors’ Conceptions about What it Means to Understand Physics: A Phenomenographic StudyDownload
There is limited literature about what it means to understand physics. Previous research has focused on university physics students’ understanding of physics concepts, but no research to date has examined variations across populations of what it means to understand physics. This study begins to...
Mainland Chinese Students’ Metacognition, Including their Conceptions of Learning: A Phenomenographic Study in Hebei and Shandong ProvincesDownload
There is little empirical study in the literature to study Mainland Chinese students’ metacognition including their conceptions of learning. This research seeks to fill this gap by seeking to understand and describe Mainland Chinese students’ metacognition including their conceptions of learning...