9. Thinking About Thinking - Metacognition
Biemiller,A and Meichenbaum, D.(1992). Untracking
for Equity: The Nature and Nurture Of the Self-Directed Learner.
Educational Leadership, 50(2). Retrieved 12/31/02.
This article describes the importance of self-regulated learning.
Bransford, J. D., Brown, A. L., & Cocking, R. R. (Eds.). (2000).
Learning: From speculation to science, Learning and transfer, and
How children learn (Chapter 1, see selected pages 18-19, Chapter 3,
see selected pages 67-68, and Chapter 4, see selected pages 95-101).
How people learn: Brain, mind, experience, and school. Washington,
DC: National Academy Press.
Wilson, R.A. & Keil,F. (1999). Metacognition.
In The MIT Encyclopedia of Cognitive Sciences. Retrieved 2/21/03 .
This abstracted entry from an online encyclopedia defines
metacognition. Article abstracts are available free, full text
versions are available for purchase.
This Web site is a collection of online links about metacognition
and higher order thinking skills gathered by the Education &
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