Foreword, Robert J. Sternberg Chapter 1. A Growing Sense of "Agency, " Douglas J. Hacker, John Dunlosky, and Arthur C. Graesser Part I: Comprehension Strategies Chapter 2. The Role of Metacognition in Understanding and Supporting Reading Comprehension, Margaret G. McKeown and Isabel L. Beck Chapter 3. The Role of Metacognition in Teaching Reading Comprehension to Primary Students, Joanna P. Williams and J. Grant Atkins Part II: Metacognitive Strategies Chapter 4. Question Generation and Anomaly Detection in Texts, Jose Otero Chapter 5. Self-Explanation and Metacognition: The Dynamics of Reading, Danielle S. McNamara and Joseph P. Magliano Part III: Metacomprehension Chapter 6. Metacognitive Monitoring During and After Reading, Keith W. Thiede, Thomas D. Griffin, Jennifer Wiley, and Joshua Redford Chapter 7. The Importance of Knowing What You Know: A Knowledge Monitoring Framework for Studying Metacognition in Education, Sigmund Tobias and Howard T. Everson Part IV: Writing Chapter 8. Metacognition and Children's Writing, Karen R. Harris, Steve Graham, Mary Brindle, and Karin Sandmel Chapter 9. Writing is Applied Metacognition , Douglas J. Hacker, Matt C. Keener, and John C. Kircher Part V: Science and Mathematics Chapter 10. The Interplay of Scientific Inquiry and Metacognition: More than a Marriage of Convenience, Barbara White, John Frederiksen, and Allan Collins Chapter 11. The Enigma of Mathematical Learning Disabilities: Metacognition or STICORDI, That's the Question, Annemie Desoete Part VI: Individual Differences Chapter 12. Context Matters: Gender and Cross-Cultural Differences in Confidence, Mary Lundeberg and Lindsey Mohan Chapter 13. Teachers as Metacognitive Professionals, Gerald G. Duffy, Samuel Miller, Seth Parsons, and Michael Meloth Part VII: Self-Regulated Learning Chapter 14. Supporting Self-Regulated Learning with Cognitive Tools, Philip H. Winne and John C. Nesbit Chapter 15. Effective Implementation of Metacognition, Michael J. Serra and Janet Metcalfe Chapter 16. Self-Regulation: Where Metacognition and Motivation Intersect, Barry J. Zimmerman and Adam R. Moylan Part VIII: Technology Chapter 17. Self-Regulated Learning with Hypermedia, Roger Azevedo and Amy M. Witherspoon Chapter 18. Interactive Metacognition: Monitoring and Regulating a Teachable Agent, Daniel L. Schwartz, Catherine Chase, Doris B. Chin, Marily Oppezzo, Henry Kwong, Sandra Okita, Gautam Biswas, Rod Roscoe, Hogyeong Jeong, and John Wagster Part IX: Tutoring Chapter 19. Meta-Knowledge in Tutoring, Arthur C. Graesser, Sidney D'Mello, and Natalie Person Chapter 20. In Vivo Experiments on Whether Supporting Metacognition in Intelligent Tutoring Systems Yields Robust Learning, Ken Koedinger, Vincent Aleven, Ido Roll, and Ryan Baker Part X: Measurement Chapter 21. Measuring Metacognitive Judgments, Gregory Schraw Chapter 22. Sins Committed in the Name of Ecological Validity: A Call for Representative Design in Education Science, John Dunlosky, Sara Bottiroli, and Marissa Hartwig.
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Presenting comprehensive coverage of the theoretical bases of metacognition and its applications to educational practice, this handbook sets the standard in scholarship for theoretical research and practical usage in this field. (source: Nielsen Book Data)