Effects of Strategy Monitoring and Proactive Instruction on Children's Problem-Solving Performance
Journal of Educational Psychology Volume 83, Number 1, ISSN 0022-0663
Nineteen fifth and 11 sixth graders given preliminary instruction about a computer-based problem-solving game received additional problem-solving training, problem-solving and self-monitoring training, or no further training. The beneficial impact of the monitoring training is discussed as evidence of the importance of the monitoring strategy in problem solving. (SLD)
Delclos, V.R. & Harrington, C. (1991). Effects of Strategy Monitoring and Proactive Instruction on Children's Problem-Solving Performance. Journal of Educational Psychology, 83(1), 35-42.
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