Metacognition in Educational Theory and Practice

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and should not be attributed to the funding agency. Members of the Cognition and Technology Group who contributed to the research reported in this chapter are Helen Bateman, Kadira Belynne, Hank Clark, Chuck Czarnik, Joan Davis, Michael Gaines, Susan Goldman, Susan Hickman, Michael Jacobson, Phoebe Jacobson, Xiadong Lin, Taylor Martin, Cynthia Mayfield-Stewart, Ray Norris, Ashley Owen, Jim Pellegrino, Jay Pffafman, Bob Sherwood, and Carolyn Stalcup. We would like to thank the teachers and students with whom we collaborated on the work described in this paper.


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