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Purposive formation of meta-cognitive abilities

N.B. Yanovskaya
80,00 Р

 

N.B. Yanovskaya.
Cand. Sci. (Tec.)
Siberian State Industrial University
 
Presented is an analysis of definitions’ comparison of “training strategy” meaning, citing in various publications. Purpose and basis of cognitive strategies, as well as stages in forming of meta-cognitive strategies are specified. With the example of studying mathematics, development of meta-cognitive system in students is shown.
Key words: strategy of understanding, meta-memory, meta-cognitive knowledges, meta-cognitive abilities, training strategies, self-regulation
 
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