Metacognition and Learning Strategies in the Age of Globalization

Metacognition and Learning Strategies in the Age of Globalization

Elena Railean (European University of Moldova, Moldova)
Release Date: October, 2017|Copyright: © 2017 |Runtime: 1 hr 4 mins
EISBN13: 9781522555551|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-5555-1

Description

Metacognition plays an important role in evolving successful learning strategies in higher education. By improving these strategies and understanding their integration into learning environments is vital for effective teaching.

Metacognition and Learning Strategies in the Age of Globalization examines the most important dimensions of metacognition, including its role in knowledge, skills, and experience to further enhance learning strategies and academic performance. Highlighting topics, such as ubiquitous learning, STEAM education, and epistemic cognition, this video resource is ideal for academicians, researchers, professionals, and students interested in the future research development of metacognition in higher education.

Topics Covered

  • Digital Technologies
  • Epistemic Cognition
  • Higher Education
  • Metacognition
  • Multiliteracy
  • Psychology
  • Spiritual Intelligence
  • STEAM Education
  • Ubiquitous Learning

Table of Contents

Section 1:Ubiquitous Learning Environment for 21st Century Generative Competence
 
Lesson 1:Regarding Correlation Between Strategy and Tactic
8:55 mins
 
Lesson 2:The Specific Features of Metacognition in Higher Education
7:47 mins
 
Lesson 3:Metacognition and Metacognitive Skills Through an Intellectual Development Technology
6:16 mins
 
Section 2:Improving Metacognitive Skills and Strategies in Higher Education
 
Lesson 4:The Impact of Digital Technologies on Metacognition
6:54 mins
 
Lesson 5:The Importantance of Spritual Intelligence for Metacognitive Skills of Academic Staff
7:26 mins
 
Lesson 6:Student's Psychological Correlates for Metacognition
8:07 mins
 
Section 3:The Importance of Metacognition for Teaching Art, Mathematics, and Literature
 
Lesson 7:STEAM and Metacognition. Why is this so Important?
6:17 mins
 
Lesson 8:STEAM Field, Mathematics and Metacognition
6:55 mins
 
Lesson 9:Multiliteracy and Metacognition
5:57 mins
 

Author(s)/Editor(s) Biography

Elena Railean, PhD in Pedagogy, is a senior lecturer at European University of Moldova. Elena is the main author of more than 75 scientific articles in applied learning theory, design and methodology. The most significance papers are: Knowledge Model for Electronic Textbook Design (in Enterprise Resource Planning Models for the Education Sector: Applications and Methodologies, K. K. Patel (Ed.)); Issues and challenges associated with the design of electronic textbook (in User Interface Design for Virtual Environments: Challenges and Advances, B. H. Khan (Ed.)) and Instructional dynamic and flexible strategy: integrity of effective methods for engaging all learners in classrooms (in Critical Practice in P-12 Education: Transformative Teaching and Learning S. Lawrence (Ed.)). Her visions about e-pedagogy were published in book E-books & E-readers for E-Learning (Tiong-Thye Gon, Boon-Chong Seet, Pei-Chen Sun (Eds)).