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Cognitive and metacognitive strategies as a basis for effective lifelong learning: how far have we progressed?

  title={Cognitive and metacognitive strategies as a basis for effective lifelong learning: how far have we progressed?},
  author={Ian R. Cornford},
  • Ian R. Cornford
  • Published 2004
  • Psychology
  • Cognitive and metacognitive strategies appear truly generic skills through their ability to foster effective learning in an era where the two constants are continuing change and growth in bodies of knowledge. Yet the literature on lifelong learning has rarely acknowledged the importance of these skills as a vital foundation in a less than surface way, while policy at Australian federal government level seems generally to be rooted in superficial rhetoric. Interestingly, however, more serious… CONTINUE READING
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