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

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 measures of mathematical reasoning and mathematical explanations. Theoretical and practical implications of the study are discussed. L'utilisation de la technologie pour dvelopper le raisonnement mathmatique : les effets du feed back et de l'apprentissage autorgul. Ce texte compare les effets de deux... Show More
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