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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.; Ward, S.

Authors

R. Connolly



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.

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Connolly, R., & 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. Palatine (Performing Arts Learning and Teaching Innovation Network)

Report Type Project Report
Online Publication Date May 1, 2010
Publication Date Feb 7, 2011
Deposit Date Feb 7, 2011
Publicly Available Date Mar 23, 2012
Publisher URL http://www.palatine.ac.uk/files/enactingmetalearning.pdf
Additional Information Publisher: Palatine (Performing Arts Learning and Teaching Innovation Network)
Type: monograph
Subtype: project_report

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