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Title: 
Influences of metacognitive and self-regulated learning strategies for reading on mathematical literacy of adolescents in Australia and Singapore
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Jul-2012
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Paper presented at the 35th Annual Conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia Incorporated (MERGA 2012) on "Mathematics education: Expanding horizons", Singapore, 2 – 6 July 2012
Abstract: 
This study, drawing on data from the Programme for International Student Assessment
(PISA) 2009, explored the influences of metacognitive and self-regulated learning strategies
for reading on mathematical literacy of adolescents in Australia and Singapore. Ordinary
least squares (OLS) regression analyses revealed the positive influences of metacognitive
learning strategies and control strategies for reading on mathematical literacy of adolescents
in Australia and Singapore. In contrast, the two components of self-regulated learning
strategies for reading—memorization and elaboration—had negative influences on
mathematical literacy of adolescents in Australia and Singapore.
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9789810725273
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