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Enacting metalearning : using performance based research in conjunction with Meyer's reflections on learning inventory to raise HND/FD students' awareness of the self as learner in the context of level six (final year) undergraduate study.

Connolly, R. and Ward, S. (2011) 'Enacting metalearning : using performance based research in conjunction with Meyer's reflections on learning inventory to raise HND/FD students' awareness of the self as learner in the context of level six (final year) undergraduate study.', Project Report. Palatine (Performing Arts Learning and Teaching Innovation Network) .

Abstract

The concept of metalearning, as defined by Biggs (1985), encapsulates two complementary features of deep level, self-regulated learning capacity: 1) an awareness of self as learner in some specified context and 2) control over self as learner in that context (see Meyer, Ward & Latreille, 2009). Metalearning is thus concerned with increasing students' capacity for selfregulation and thereby making them aware of the projected likely consequences of a particular study orchestration (Meyer, 2004) in a given context. Research Aim: To explore how developing HND/ FD students' metalearning capacity might aid their transition onto a BA Honours Drama programme.

Item Type:Monograph (Project Report)
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Publisher Web site:http://www.palatine.ac.uk/files/enactingmetalearning.pdf
Record Created:21 Mar 2012 14:35
Last Modified:23 Mar 2012 12:12

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