Fitrani Dinda Fadilah, Natashah Mohd Ridwan, Nurma Dianti Putri, Suhendri Prayoga, Muhammad Taufik Ihsan
2021 Jurnal Riset dan Inovasi Pembelajaran  
Metacognitive strategy is a learning strategy based on the metacognitive concept put forward by John Flavell that defines Metacognitive as the ability of individuals to manage their cognitive processes independently. By applying metacognitive strategies in the learning process, students are trained to get used to planning, controlling, and evaluating their thought processes in learning so that they are increasingly honed critical thinking skills as well as creative thinking skills. This ability
more » ... is important to master so that students can have a sense of responsibility towards their own learning. This metacognitive reading framework should be familiar to teachers who integrate the process before reading, at the time of reading, and after reading on the process when teaching learners effective understanding strategies. Teachers are also encouraged to use metacognitive strategy models, as students can learn how to use them independently. In this article, the data were obtained from literature of study review and from other document analysis. Based on the study, metacognitive strategies help learners to use the right strategies in solving problems in reading and help students to stop their dependency using a dictionary. Metacognitive strategies train a person in learning by putting forward Higher Order Thinking Skills in reflective learning schemes
doi:10.51574/jrip.v1i3.231 fatcat:dkiit4mtevclvchfxhnnohlslu