Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Metacognition in children; Reading, Psychology of; Reading (Elementary);
A recent trend in educational research is looking into a child's own knowledge about reading. This would include cognitive operations such as information storage and retrieval, planning, regulating, monitoring and evaluating (Moore, 1982). This was brought about by the return to cognitive and developmental psychology in the 1970's when researchers were investigating how children learn to read. It was hoped that a sequence of skills associated with successful reading could be identified. This would in turn lead to implications for types of interventions needed in children's learning.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Junko Y. Lewis
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©1992 Linda S. Jermeland
Jermeland, Linda S., "Effective instruction in developing strategic readers" (1992). Graduate Research Papers. 2623.