A Utah Valley University and Exploring the Core LLC Collaboration
Metacognition in Schools
Metacognition is an indicator of success in higher education (Magno, 2008).
Our goal is to validate survey instruments that promote metacognitive teaching and learning.
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Validation of Metacognitive Instruments in High School and Community College Students and Instructors
Teachers and students take two 20-minute web-based surveys.
Teachers receive a data summary of responses, aggregated and anonymous for safety & security.
Trans-Theoretical Model for behavior change. (Prochaska, DeClemente, Norcross. 1992.)
A prospective evaluation of the Transtheoretical Model of Change applied to exercise in young people. (Callaghan, Khalil, Morres. 2010.)
Comparing Two Frameworks of Student Engagement. (Tolman, Mosholder. 2012.)
True Collaboration: Building Meaning in Learning through Sharing Power with Students. (Tolman, Lee. 2013.)
The Key to SEL? Metacognition. (Mullen, 2020.)
Change Instead of Continuity: Using Metacognition to Enhance Student Motivation for Learning. (Johnson, 2020.)
Thank you for your Interest!
We, the study investigators, thank you for your interest in this study and are very excited to have you participate.
If you have any concerns or questions concerning the way this study has been, is being, or will be conducted, please feel free to contact:
Co-Principal Investigator, Dr. Anton Tolman at Utah Valley University, Anton.Tolman@uvu.edu
Co-Principal Investigator, Dr. Benjamin Johnson at Utah Valley University, Benjamin.Johnson@uvu.edu
Chair of Utah Valley University Institutional Review Board, Dr. Cyrill Slezak, CSlezak@uvu.edu
Greg Mullen, Founder of Exploring the Core LLC, Contact@exploringthecore.com