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Effects of Metacognitive Strategy Training within a Cooperative Group Learning Context on Computer Achievement and Anxiety: An Aptitude-Treatment Interaction Study
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Journal of Educational Psychology Volume 89, Number 4, ISSN 0022-0663

Abstract

Two aptitude-treatment interaction studies involving 61 college students examined comparative effects of metacognitive strategy training in self-questioning within cooperative group learning and traditional direct instruction on the acquisition of computing competence, learning anxiety, and positive cognition. Results support including cooperative self-regulatory components into teaching computing skills for adult learners. (SLD)

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McInerney, V., McInerney, D.M. & Marsh, H.W. (1997). Effects of Metacognitive Strategy Training within a Cooperative Group Learning Context on Computer Achievement and Anxiety: An Aptitude-Treatment Interaction Study. Journal of Educational Psychology, 89(4), 686. Retrieved February 21, 2020 from .

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