Metacognition in Chemistry Education

Connecting Research and Practice

Patrick L. Daubenmire (Redaktør)

Metacognition is a critical part of the learning process for any content area, any academic subject. It is an inseparable part of the cognitive tapestry that is our learning. Further spreading the word about metacognition - how it benefits learning and how it can be fostered in classroom environments - especially in chemistry education, is a primary goal of this book. Les mer
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Metacognition is a critical part of the learning process for any content area, any academic subject. It is an inseparable part of the cognitive tapestry that is our learning. Further spreading the word about metacognition - how it benefits learning and how it can be fostered in classroom environments - especially in chemistry education, is a primary goal of this book. This book offers new and sharper insights into how metacognition and its tasks can be stitched into
the fabric of classroom instruction and curricula.

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Preface
1. Measurement, Theory, and Current Issues in Metacognition: An Overview
2. Metacognition across the STEM Disciplines
3. A Cognitive Perspective on Chemistry Instruction: Building Students' Chemistry Knowledge through Advancing Fundamental Literacy and Metacognitive Skills
4. Metacognition as an Element of the Scientific Process
5. Metacognition as a Construct for Studying How Students Learn from Molecular Visualizations
6. Promoting Metacognitive Practices in Faculty and Students
Editor's Biography
Indexes

Om forfatteren

Patrick Daubenmire is an Associate Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Loyola University Chicago. There he acts as the Undergraduate Program Director in the Department and leads a chemistry education research group that has pursued a variety of topics and projects, among them a focus on metacognition in the laboratory. He has been an active member of the American Chemical Society for 26 years. He has served on the Division of Chemical
Education Program Committee and was elected in 2017 as an Alternate Councilor in the Division.