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初年次学生のメタ認知の測定


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Title: 初年次学生のメタ認知の測定
Other Titles: Measurement of Metacognitive Awareness in First-Year Students
Authors: 丹羽, 量久 / 山地, 弘起
Authors (alternative): Niwa, Kazuhisa / Yamaji, Hiroki
Issue Date: 1-Mar-2017
Publisher: 長崎大学大学教育イノベーションセンター / Center for Educational Innovation Nagasaki University
Citation: 長崎大学大学教育イノベーションセンター紀要, 8, pp.45-50; 2017
Abstract: Metacognition refers to the ability to reflect upon, understand, and control one’s learning, and is considered a key competence in the effective management of learning process. Metacognitive awareness in 226 first-year students at Nagasaki University was measured by using a self-report questionnaire developed by Abe and Ida (2010). This instrument consisted of twenty-eight items that had been classified by factor analysis into the three principal features of metacognition (i.e., Monitoring, Control, and Metacognitive Knowledge). Results of the measurement as well as those from a three-factor solution of factor analysis were described. In order to clarify the measured content and also to relieve response burden, a fifteen-item version of the original scale was constructed and was correlated to the learning outcome of a general education course commonly taken by the participants. No correlation was found, however, which leads to the necessity of reexamination of the scale validity.
Keywords: Metacognition / First-year students / Factor analysis
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/37455
ISSN: 21883467
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version: publisher
Appears in Collections:No. 8

Citable URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10069/37455

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