A Review on Primary School Children’s Meta-Cognition Development
Abstract: Children’s meta-cognition is one of the important fields in modern cognitive, developmental and educational psychology. Meta-cognition can be defined as the evaluation and control of one’s cog-nitive processes, and is an essential capability for individuals to effectively regulate their learning activities and improve learning efficiency. The present article analyzed the relevant literature on the meta-cognition development, which includes the two components: meta-cognitive knowledge, and meta-cognitive monitor and control. The research methodology employed and the issues concerned widely by researchers were also introduced. The present article also emphasized on the developmental trends of each meta-cognitive component. Finally, the summary and prospect of the study on the meta-cognition development were given.
文章引用: 李新宇 , 季皓洁 , 李伟健 (2015) 国内外有关小学儿童元认知发展的研究综述。 心理学进展， 5， 207-215. doi: 10.12677/AP.2015.54029
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