The Effects of Metacognition and Concrete Encoding Strategies on Depth of Understanding in Educational Psychology


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Suzanne Schellenberg, Meiko Negishi, and Paul Eggen (2011) from the University of North Florida describe a useful method to increase the metacognition of their students. They found that when educational psychology students were taught specific encoding strategies they academically outperformed a control group in learning course material.

Schellenberg, S., Negishi, M., & Eggen, P. (2011). The Effects of Metacognition and Concrete Encoding Strategies on Depth of Understanding in Educational PsychologyTeaching Educational Psychology7(2), 17-24.

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