While learning in Internet-based environments, students rely on metacognitive knowledge to organize, record, monitor, and review their learning path. In this experience, they may reveal either a "surface" or "deep" approach. In this study, 509 university students were administered the adapted versions of the 'Metacognitive Knowledge regarding Internet- based Learning' questionnaire and of the `Approaches to Internet-based Learning' questionnaire. Positive correlations between metacognitive knowledge and approaches to Internet-based learning environments emerged: The metacognitive attitude was associated to a concerned and critical approach to learning whereas the negative attitude about Internet-based learning was associated to the surface approach. Students showed a global understanding of the peculiarities and opportunities of Internet-based learning environments rather than empathize a single cognitive or metacognitive feature.

Lee, M., Cantoia, M., Iannello, P., Antonietti, A., Liang, J., Tsai, C., Metacognition and Approaches Regarding Internet-Based Learning in Taiwanese University Students, <<RICERCHE DI PSICOLOGIA>>, 2022; 45 (2): 1-21. [doi:10.3280/rip2022oa14576] [https://hdl.handle.net/10807/220685]

Metacognition and Approaches Regarding Internet-Based Learning in Taiwanese University Students

Cantoia, M;Iannello, P;Antonietti, A;
2022

Abstract

While learning in Internet-based environments, students rely on metacognitive knowledge to organize, record, monitor, and review their learning path. In this experience, they may reveal either a "surface" or "deep" approach. In this study, 509 university students were administered the adapted versions of the 'Metacognitive Knowledge regarding Internet- based Learning' questionnaire and of the `Approaches to Internet-based Learning' questionnaire. Positive correlations between metacognitive knowledge and approaches to Internet-based learning environments emerged: The metacognitive attitude was associated to a concerned and critical approach to learning whereas the negative attitude about Internet-based learning was associated to the surface approach. Students showed a global understanding of the peculiarities and opportunities of Internet-based learning environments rather than empathize a single cognitive or metacognitive feature.
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Lee, M., Cantoia, M., Iannello, P., Antonietti, A., Liang, J., Tsai, C., Metacognition and Approaches Regarding Internet-Based Learning in Taiwanese University Students, <<RICERCHE DI PSICOLOGIA>>, 2022; 45 (2): 1-21. [doi:10.3280/rip2022oa14576] [https://hdl.handle.net/10807/220685]
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