Using Technology to Enhance Mathematical Reasoning: Effects of Feedback and Self-Regulation Learning
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Using Technology to Enhance Mathematical Reasoning: Effects of Feedback and Self-Regulation Learning

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Abstract Effects of two types of feedback on mathematical reasoning in a computerized environment are compared. Metacognitive feedback (MF) is based on self-regulation learning using metacognitive questions that serve as cues for understanding the problem. Result feedback (RF) means giving cues that pertain only to the final outcome. A total of 108 sixth-grade Israeli students participated in the study. Results indicated that the MF students significantly outperformed the RF students on various... More
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Date Added to MERLOT: March 19, 2011
Date Modified in MERLOT: May 13, 2014
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Submitter: Orit Zeichner
Keywords: feedback, computerized environment, mathematical reasoning, Metacognitive feedback (MF), metacognitive questions, self-regulation learning

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