Muhfahroyin (2014) Memberdayakan Metakognisi Dalam Pembelajaran
Metacognition is thinking about thinking, it is essential processing to successful learning because it enables individuals to better managing their cognitive skills and to determine strengthness and weaknesses that can be corrected by constructing new cognitive skills. Almost anyone who can perform a skill is capable of metacognition, that is thinking about how they perform that skill. Promoting metacognition begins with building an awareness among learners that metacognition exists, differs from cognition, and increases academic success. The next step is to teach strategies, and more importantly, to help students construct explicit knowledge about when and where to use strategies. Empowering metacognition can be started by building awareness of student that metacognition is exist, differs from condition of cognition which has been owned, and can increase successful learning and academic success.
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