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This study demonstrates that explicit metacognitive training appear to benefit lower achievers' mathematical word problem solving in a computer environment. 11 to 12-year-old Singaporean students in collaborative pairs were assigned to two word problem solving groups. The first group received explicit metacognitive training before word problem solving with(More)
This paper reports on one strand of a larger investigation to examine the extent to which metacognitive training plays a part in primary students' word problem solving in a computer environment. Four 11 to 12-year-olds from a primary school participated in the study which lasted over a period of eight weeks. Students worked collaboratively in a WordMath(More)
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