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Title: 
Metacognitive intervention in a cognitive-apprenticeship-computer-based environment
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Jul-2003
Citation: 
Teong, S. K. (2003, July). Metacognitive intervention in a cognitive-apprenticeship-computer-based environment. Paper presented at the 26h Annual Conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia Incorporated (MERGA 2003) on "Mathematics education research: Innovation, networking, opportunity", Victoria, Australia.
Abstract: 
This paper reports on a strand of a larger investigation into the effect of metacognitive
training on 11 to 12-year-old students’ mathematical word problem solving in a cognitiveapprenticeship-
computer-based environment. Empirical results from the quasi-experimental
and case study designs suggested that treatment students outperformed control students on
the ability to solve word problems on their individual written measures and collaborative
“think aloud” interactions in a computer environment. Moreover, treatment students in the
case study elicited more well-regulated metacognitive decisions compared with control
students.
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