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Reality Versus Beliefs About the Effects of the Preview Learning Method
Journal of Education and Learning
This study is mainly designed to evaluate a popular learning method: previewing material before classes and to answer two research questions on the learning method. The research questions are “Does previewing have benefits in promoting future learning?” and “Do people have correct metacognitive judgements on the effects of previewing?” The hypothesis states that previewing is beneficial in ways other than directly pre-stating answers (e.g., providing context informationdoi:10.5539/jel.v10n6p1 fatcat:nwdlievevjathpzjxhbu4m7u3q