Effectiveness of Teaching Cognitive and Metacognitive Strategies on Strengthen their, Student Self-Directed Learning Readiness and Self Efficacy
Interdisciplinary Journal of Virtual Learning in Medical Sciences: December 31, 2013, 4 (3); e58968
December 20, 2013
Article Type: Research Article
July 28, 2017
December 20, 2013
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N. Effectiveness of Teaching Cognitive and Metacognitive Strategies on Strengthen their, Student Self-Directed Learning Readiness and Self Efficacy,
Interdiscip J Virtual Learn Med Sci.
Introduction: The aim of this research was to determine the effects of cognitive and metacognitive strategies training to strengthen their, self-directed learning readiness and self efficacy.
Materials and Methods: In this quasi-experimental design with pretest - posttest control group was used. In this study, 50 midwifery students were selected, and randomly and equally divided into two groups The experimental group was attended in 8 sessions of cognitive and metacognitive strategies training and were evaluated by guglielmino self-directed learning questioner, schwarzer self efficacy questioner and Combined Inventory weienestein, palmer & pintrich. SPSS software was used for analyzing data's. The statistical analyses were ANCOVA.
Results: Results of this research show that training of cognitive and metacognitive strategies Uses strategies strengthens, improved of self –directed learning and self efficacy.
Conclusion: According to research findings indicate that learning strategies can be taught and learned and learning strategies can be effected on self-directed learning readiness and self efficacy therefore, teachers must trying for training these strategies to students and notice Students how to learn and improve skills.
Cognitive and Metacognitive Strategies; Learning strategies; Self-directed Learning; Self Efficacy; Students; Effectiveness of Training;
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