Metacognition: Theory, Performance and Current Research

Julianna Benson (Editor)

Series: Perspectives on Cognitive Psychology
BISAC: PSY008000

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The development of metacognitive skills in the human mind has been and is still a great challenge in cognitive psychology. This book provides current research on the theories and performance of metacognition. Chapter One analyzes the nature of metacognition conceptually with respect to its relationship to cognition. Chapter Two studies metacognition and cognitive flexibility in the transfer of learning. Chapter Three focuses on metacognition, self-regulation and feedback for object-oriented programming problem-solving. Chapter Four discusses a learning integrated approach to developing metacognition in school. Chapter Five highlights strategies which can be used to develop metacognition in classical dance classes. Chapter Six investigates the effectiveness of reciprocal and self-check teaching style in promoting metacognition in physical education classes. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Chapter 1. Conceptual Analysis of the Relationship between Cognition and Metacognition
Meredith M. Marcum and James A. Marcum (Department of Philosophy, Baylor University, Waco, TX, USA)

Chapter 2. Metacognition and Cognitive Flexibility in Transfer of Learning
Jérôme Clerc and Evelyne Clément (Université de Lille, France, and others)

Chapter 3. Metacognition, Self-Regulation and Feedback for Object-Oriented Programming Problem-Solving
María Consuelo Sáiz-Manzanares and Raúl Marticorena Sánchez (Health Sciences Department, University of Burgos, Burgos, Spain, and others)

Chapter 4. Developing Metacognition at School: A Learning Integrated Approach
Daniela Pietrapiana (“Don Milani” school, I.O. Colombus National Boarding (Convitto Nazionale Colombo), Genoa, Italy)

Chapter 5. Developing Students Metacognitive Awareness within Classical Dance
A. Chatzipanteli (University of Thessaly, Karies Trikalon, Greece)

Chapter 6. The Effectiveness of Reciprocal and Self-Check Teaching Style in Promoting Metacognition in Physical Education Classes
A. Chatzipanteli, N. Digelidis and R. Dean (University of Thessaly, Karies Trikalon, Greece)

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