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Metacognition in Learning and Instruction
This article examines the role of cognitive, metacognitive, and motivational skills in problem solving. Cognitive skills include instructional objectives, components in a learning hierarchy, and components in information processing. Metacognitive skills include strategies for reading comprehension, writing, and mathematics. Motivational skills include motivation based on interest, self-efficacy, and attributions. All three kinds of skills are required for successful problem solving in academic settings.doi:10.1007/978-94-017-2243-8_5 fatcat:nee3vbtd4naz3pmroneax6hkkm