A model of organizing activities for training metacognitive skills for primary education students in Mathematics teaching methodology courses

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  • Nga Thi Hoang Hai Phong University, Vietnam

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https://doi.org/10.52296/vje.2020.6

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Hoang, N. T. (2020). A model of organizing activities for training metacognitive skills for primary education students in Mathematics teaching methodology courses. Vietnam Journal of Education, 4(1), 36–43. https://doi.org/10.52296/vje.2020.6

Abstract

Metacognition is defined as a person’s ability to control their own cognitive processes, including knowledge of cognitive processes and the orientating, monitoring, revising, and evaluating of cognitive activities involved as needed. The paper proposes a model of organizing activities for training metacognitive skills for primary education students in Mathematics teaching methodology courses.

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Published

2020-03-30

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Hoang, N. T. (2020). A model of organizing activities for training metacognitive skills for primary education students in Mathematics teaching methodology courses. Vietnam Journal of Education, 4(1), 36–43. https://doi.org/10.52296/vje.2020.6

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