Tag Archives: Assessing Metacognition

Quantifying Metacognition — Some Numeracy behind Self-Assessment Measures

In this post, Ed Nuhfer describes recent research that illustrates fundamental challenges of data interpretation, specifically with respect to data related to self-assessment of understanding, a key concept for metacognition.

Assessing Metacognition and Self-Regulated Learning

This article “provides an overview of the conceptual and methodological issues involved in developing and evaluating measures of metacognition and self-regulated learning.” Sections in this article discuss the components of metacognition and self-regulated learning as well as the assessment of metacognition. Pintrich, Paul R.; Wolters, Christopher A.; and Baxter, Gail P., “2. Assessing Metacognition and Self-Regulated Learning” (2000). Issues in… Read more »